Collaborative Leadership: Modeling Collaborative Values in Business, Life and Community
Friday, April 27, 2018, Four Points Sheraton, Norwood, Massachusetts
This one-day interdisciplinary networking and educational event will provide an opportunity for
MCLC members and other collaborative professionals to deepen and expand their collaborative practice skills.
Plenary Session: Enhancing Collaboration through the Power of Authenticity with Jack Beauregard
The comprehensive integrative approach of the plenary presentation addresses the intellectual, emotional and psychological processes that work against the establishment of collaboration, and ways that these tendencies can be counterbalanced. The cogitative approach of the session unleashes the Power of Authenticity that helps professionals be true to themselves during the collaboration process, and recognizes the foundational premise that professional development is based on personal development. Attendees will learn of a System of Self-Discovery which presents a systematic methodology for them to personally connect to their authentic selves and helps them become authenticity-based collaborators and leaders.
Jack Beauregard is the founder and CEO of the Successful Transition Planning Institute, an educational and training organization that helps people discover their true selves, connect to the transcendent level from which they can actualize their potential, and live authentically.
Jack has trained over fifty professionals on four continents in his personal transition coaching methodology, and is the author of three books and seven handbooks. His 7 Principles For Living With Authenticity shows people how to create new lives filled with new meaning and purpose while going through a major life transition such as experiencing divorce or empty nest syndrome.
Are you an Authentic Leader?
Presenters: Anna Byrne, JD, Jack Beauregard,
Gabrielle Clemens, JD, LLM, CDFA, and Cynthia Runge, JD,
This hands-on workshop presents an integrated, collaborative approach to living authentically while following one’s individual life path. Our holistic perspective complements the skill sets of Collaborative professionals who help guide others through life transitions. Workshop attendees will learn how authenticity supports collaboration and how to apply it to a multi-disciplinary team.
Working with Experts Beyond Collaborative Engagements
Presenters: David Goodman, CPA, ABV, CFF, CVA
and Laurie R. Tunick, CPA, ABV, CFF
In this workshop, David and Susan will show how experts can facilitate settlement discussions in different venues, including litigation, mediation, and arbitration, by applying collaborative principles. The workshop will be led through a series of case studies.
Using Collaborative Values to Shift Parties from Litigation to Collaboration
Presenters: Beth Aarons, JD, MSW, Jody Comins, MSW,
Justin Kelsey, JD
Collaborative skills and values can be utilized to encourage clients who are already in litigation or anticipating litigation to consider and incorporate Collaborative or cooperative dispute resolutions methods. Workshop is geared towards beginner and intermediate level Collaborative practitioners.
Navigating Leadership: The Rough Seas of Family Business and Divorce
Presenters: Gina Arons, Psy.D., Patrice Brymner, JD
and Karen Levitt, JD
Couples finding their way on the open, unsteady waters of divorce can be overwhelmed by simultaneously needing to chart new leadership options for their family business. Using real-life Collaborative case examples, workshop participants will examine ways to help clients generate multiple options for plotting a course to stay afloat.
Registration is now open! Go to massclc.org to reserve your spot…
MCLC Early Bird Member registration through March 30, 2018, $195; starting April 1, 2018, $215 Non-MCLC Members Early Bird registration through March 30, 2018, $235; starting April 1, 2018 $255.
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Cancellation Policy: Registration fees will be refunded less $40.00 for cancellations through April 15, 2017. After April 15, 2018 there will be no refunds. Please note: Current MCLC members only are eligible for the member discount. Prospective members must apply to MCLC and be accepted before they will be eligible to register at the member rate. Program attendance counts toward the additional training requirement of the MCLC Membership Standards for Collaborative Practitioners.
1125 Boston-Providence Turnpike
Norwood, MA 02062