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Clarity Council with Dorit Price-Levine

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New theme: Conflict in relationships

Tuesday, September 27, 2022

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10:00am - 11:00am

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Join us for a free group coaching event!
We know there are many challenges associated with experiencing conflict in relationships — no matter whether it's professional peers and leadership or personal relationships at home or with a loved one.
We invite you to join us for one of The Grand’s signature coaching experiences — Clarity Council.

Clarity Council is a 60-min live conversation based on inquiry. The session will be facilitated by a coach who will guide a group in asking open and honest questions, and deep exploration. You'll learn how to gain new perspectives and find clarity.

This event is free and open to the community. Each Clarity Council is intentionally designed for discussion, and thus capped at 10 attendees. Please commit to attending when you sign up.

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Agenda

Welcome and Introduction

We'll welcome everyone to The Grand's Clarity Council and give a high-level overview of what to expect.

Empathetic Listening and Open and Honest Questions

We'll learn and review the two fundamental skills in coaching — empathetic listening and open and honest questions.

Journaling and Metaphors

We'll spend a few minutes journaling about our most pressing personal or professional challenge and coming up with a creative metaphor.

Selecting the Focus Person and Clarity Council

We'll choose one focus person to share more about their challenge. We'll practice empathetic listening and asking open and honest questions. We will have a group checkout and the focus person will then share their takeaways.

Closing Word

We'll wrap up our time together with one final closing word that captures how you're feeling in this moment.

Your host

I've always been passionate about understanding people and their stories, and supporting them to navigate life’s challenges as they arise. It was this desire to help people that drove me to attend law school. After becoming a lawyer, I had a bit of an existential crisis: I didn’t want to practice law anymore. Through supportive mentors and friends, I was able to pivot to a career in peacemaking, I found my dream job as Senior Facilitator and Deputy Director at the national nonprofit organization, Resetting the Table. I lead communications trainings, facilitate dialogue about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and manage a large team of facilitators. I’m so excited to bring my passion for coaching to The Grand. So much growth is possible when we are willing to devote time to showing up for ourselves and others. The Grand provides just the right balance of open space and structure to do that. I look forward supporting you in your journey and to learning from each of you.