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Conflict Resolution Minnesota

Annual Conference

Event Date:  May 10th, 2019

Metropolitan State University

New Main Building

700 E 7th St, St Paul, MN 55106          

Our Theme: Who We Are: Taking a Fresh Look at Conflict Resolution in Minnesota

Submit a Workshop Proposal by March 4th, 2019 here:

Parking: Free Parking is available at the main Parking Ramp at 400 Maria Avenue, St. Paul, 55106 just across Maria Avenue from the New Main building where the conference is held. A campus map is attached below. CLICK HERE for CAMPUS MAP and FREE PARKING in PARKING RAMP
Conference Registration/Check-in starts at 8:15 is located in the New Main building located across Maria Avenue between 6th and 7th Street.  The Address is 700 E 7th St, St Paul, MN 55106.  Signs will direct you from the parking ramp.
Food: A light Breakfast will start at 8:15am followed by a full Lunch and afternoon snacks.  Water, Coffee and Tea will be available throughout the day. All refreshments are included. You may even choose to sit outside.
Handouts: We are providing some handouts electronically on our website.  Feel free to print them or bring your electronic device to view them in the session.
Wifi is available by selecting “Metro_Guest,” opening a browser and “Agreeing to the Terms.”
Continuing Education Credits: We will be applying for 6 Standard CLE, 1.5 Ethics CLE, 1.5 Elimination of Bias CLE, 6 Rule 114 credits and 6 CEUs applied for to the Minnesota State Board of Social Work.
Our Theme: Who We Are: Taking a Fresh Look at Conflict Resolution in Minnesota
This year we are taking a fresh look at the field of Conflict Resolution in Minnesota. At the conference we will be exploring and redefining the relationship between conflict resolution and equity.  This year’s keynote speaker and first annual practitioner panel will share insights from their unique and diverse perspectives. Workshops will provide opportunities for participants to explore the theme as it relates to their context.


About Our Objectives:

  • Explore our abundant diversity of practice and people.
  • Create collaborative relationships to effect equitable interpersonal and systemic change.
  • Reflect on how our personal identities intersect with our professional ethics and bias.

About the Keynote: Lissa Jones, Executive Leader, KMOJ Radio and Podcast Host. Lissa hosts “Urban Agenda”, a celebrated Twin Cities forum for dismantling race and racism, for creating community connections and engaging in collaborative problem solving. She is focused on helping organizations to cultivate diverse leadership through modeling and coaching, to strengthen governance as an integral element in meeting mission, and to develop tangible practices for making EQUITY a VERB!

In her words: “Organizational Behavior is a field of study that investigates the impact that individuals, groups and structure have on behavior within an organization. It is the study and application of knowledge about how people act within organizations. It is a human tool for human benefit. 

In my case, at work and on radio, I investigate the impact that beliefs and values held around ‘race’, place, class, identity, orientation, gender, faith, and occupation (vocation) impact the behavior of individuals, groups and structures within organizations.

This is equity: just and fair inclusion into a society in which all can participate, prosper, and reach their full potential. Unlocking the promise of the nation by unleashing the promise in us all.” Lissa Jones


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