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    Conversations of Consequence presented by Curt Swenson

    Date: February 10, 2022, 11:45am – 1:00pm
    Presented via Zoom webinar. Once the Registration closes, more information on attending this webinar event will be provided to those who have registered to attend.
    $15 for GVHRA Members / $20 for Other SHRM Members / $25 for Non-Members
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    GVHRA Hosted - Webinar
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    11:45 a.m.—Noon: Login to Zoom Webinar 
    Noon– 1:00 p.m.: PRESENTATION

    Presentation Description: 

    “Conversations of Consequence:  Solution-Based Interactions”

    Navigating tough conversations with peers, employees, or even our leaders can be incredibly challenging.  Yet, avoidance of critical conversations of consequence can be devastating to your organizational culture, engagement, and your ability to retain your best talent.  During this session we will discuss:

    • When to support or coach vs. when to engage in a “Conversation of Consequence”
    • Engineering “Gracious Space” for an effective dialogue
    • Key elements of a “Conversation of Consequence”
    • The importance of accountability and transparency
    • Tangible, solutions-based tactics for an effective conversation

    BIO of Presenter:

    When you think of the "frontier work ethic" it conjures up images of resiliency, common sense, authenticity, ingenuity, sweat equity, and integrity.  These are the values Curt brinngs to FutureSYNC International as CEO, Master Facilitator and Executive Coach.  WIth board, real-world experience and pragmatic, problem-solving approaches, Curt specializes in seeking first to understand your organization, then develops and delivers customized, engaging, practical interventions that drive meaningful business outcomes.

    During his diverse 25-year professional career, Curt has repeatedly demonstrated his abilites to get results, lead teams and grow employees.  He has successfully implemented leadership and succession programs in multiple organizations and is a highly regarded executive coach & strategic planner.  He has provided leadership coaching, mentoring, planning and team development to many groups and organizations.  As a dynamic trainer, experience facilitator, sought-after coach, and a proven leader, Curt brings an authentic, effective and credible approach to every engagement.

    Born and raised on the hi-line of Montana, Curt grew up understanding the importance of business results.  In fact, he was dependent on them.  As small business owners, his parents taught him the value of hard work and smart business decisions early on.  Curt worked his way through high school and college and graduated from the University of Montana with a dual major in Pyschology and Sociology.  After ten (10) years working in the criminal justice system, Curt discovered a fascination for teaching others and for systems improvement.  He has spent the last fifteen (15) years in the field of organizational development, leading and cultivating his passion for exposing and developemnt the potential in people and organizationis.  Curt is a certified Master Trainer & Facilitator, Master Coach, and Instructional Development expert.

    Curt and his wife, Ann (a Helena native and retired school teacher) have five children, ranging in ages from middle school to college.  They are very proud to call Montana home and enjoy playing in the outdoors and watching their children's activities.

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