Transformational workshops and coaching strategies to help you navigate conflict and difficult conversations with ease. Master the art of engagement and never dread disagreement again!
“When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”
Conversations with Compassion
A Mindful Approach to Conflict Resolution
Ever wonder why some conversations don’t go as well as hoped?
Ever walk away from a difficult conversation wishing you knew how to better navigate it? Read More
Untangling Anger - Yours and Theirs
This workshop is for anyone who wants a better way to deal with conflict and the associated feelings that get triggered. Read More
The Gift of Empathy
Creating a Shared Reality
Have you experienced that “woulda, shoulda, coulda” replay in your mind after a conversation? This workshop explores four approaches used when faced with words that may be uncomfortable to hear. Read More
“I rarely give top marks at workshops, but did today. Thank you.”
Gina is at the forefront of providing organizations and individuals the opportunity to create compassionate conversations. Teaching others to navigate difficult conversations and conflict with increased confidence, Gina offers a variety of training experiences that provide participants a new way to respond when faced with communication challenges. Gina brings her workshops from The Mindful Zone, LLC to others using humor, storytelling and experiential activities in a safe, fun atmosphere allowing participants to engage with ease.
Be kind whenever possible.
It is always possible.
~The Dalai Lama
Compassion is a verb.
~Thich Nhat Hanh
Life is a dance. Mindfulness is witnessing that dance.
There’s a story I often share in my workshops that illustrates how sometimes even the simple idea of planning “date night” can generate conflict. I am not the story’s author, but it’s a great example [...]
Have you ever found yourself misunderstood when communicating with others whether it was verbal or written? Ever feel frustrated with the idea of talking to someone about a difficult topic, and chose instead to avoid [...]