That All May Be One


Event Details

This workshop will explores the many facets of diversity, the conflicts diversity presents and ways to compassionately bridge differences. The day includes presentation, reflection and skill building to depeen awareness of one's communication patterns as well as to explore ways to deal with differences more constructively rather than destructively.


Suzanne Giblin, CSJ is an official curriculum trainer for this cultural diversity and conflict management program developed by an international team of Sisters of St. Joseph through a generous grant from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.

Cathy Hart, CSJA is a human resources professional, specializing in coaching, interpersonal relations and conflict resolution. In her role as life coach for college students, Cathy helps them to develop communication and problem-solving skills.

COST: $10, includes lunch and snacks
Payment is due at arrival.

REGISTRATION: Register by Feb. 15.