Replacing society’s individual and competitive culture with one that is cooperative and relationship-supporting takes work and learning. This event will offer an introduction to one element of building a cooperative culture: Personality Differences. When faced with frustration or another strong emotion, some of us tend to go quiet, others tend to get loud. When quiet and loud come together, as they reliably do in community, disconnect and misunderstanding is common. Participants in this course will consider their own tendencies, share their community experiences with others, and gain strategies for working well with neighbors who are different from themselves.
- Gain additional self knowledge: How do I respond to frustration?
- Develop strategies for working with people who go quiet
- Develop strategies for working with people who get loud.
This event has already taken place, but the recording is now available on-demand! Register to receive access to the recording which can be viewed whenever you would like, as many times as you like.
Free for partners