Cultivating a communication style that embodies dignity and purpose involves a mind-shift in the individual and a cultural shift within the organization. Chelsea achieves this, in collaboration with you and your people, through these services:
Giving and receiving feedback is one of the most difficult things that leaders and their teams do. Performance reviews are a common area of difficulty. Developing an egalitarian feedback system is one of the most effective ways you can impact your culture in a positive way. Chelsea is a business and management consultant who can help you design a performance management system that gets everyone talking, listening, setting goals and growing.
Conflict is inevitable. How you handle conflict determines whether it is an opportunity or a detriment. Chelsea can work with individuals, pairs and teams to guide them through conflict. Chelsea is skilled in facilitation and dialogue. She is an empathetic, experienced conflict mediator who guides honest conversations.
When you are ready to make change, one of the most powerful things you can do is work with a coach. Chelsea is a certified professional coach who will work with individuals, or with staff and leaders from all levels of an organization. Strengthen communication skills, shed old habits, step into new behaviors, or just be supported in the amazing way you are already living and leading.
When it comes to effective meetings and retreats, having a facilitator is invaluable. A skilled facilitator allows you to be a participant and allows all participants to be included. Partner with Chelsea to build agendas and facilitate meetings and retreats that focus on building skills and fostering open dialogue.
Many of us were not taught how to communicate with honesty and kindness. We can usually think of more poor examples than beneficial! Communication skills can be taught. Bring your team together and build skills that will give you a shared framework for communicating honestly and with respect.
Discussing race, gender identity, religion, class and other issues around identity, power and culture were once considered taboo in the workplace. We now know that by not discussing these issues openly and in an informed manner, we have replicated systems of oppression. We can no longer ignore inequities. We must address them with our whole heart and mind. Chelsea has been teaching these concepts and facilitating these topics since 2002.