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Culture of Empathy Builder:  Lorraine Segal
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 Lorraine Segal & Edwin Rutsch: Dialogs on How to Build a Culture of Empathy 
Lorraine Segal is a communication and forgiveness coach, mediator, trainer, and facilitator. Through her blog, she shares ideas and stories to help you transform and heal your challenging communications at home and at work.   

I was a community college professor for many years, before I found my true passion for helping people communicate better. Now, I have my own Sonoma County based communication & forgiveness coaching, training, mediation, and facilitation business, Conflict Remedy.
Sub Conference: Justice

 

 

 

Lorraine Segal & Edwin Rutsch: Dialogs on How to Build a Culture of Empathy 

 


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Panel 18: The Intersection of Conflict Resolution and Empathy

Cinnie Noble

Kenneth Cloke

Eileen Barker 

Lorraine Segal
Edwin Rutsch

 

 

 

How do conflict resolution professionals describe empathy? What are the connections between empathy and healing conflict? How do coaches and mediators build empathy for their clients and themselves? How do forgiveness and empathy connect? These eloquent, distinguished experts in the field have a free ranging discussion of these and other related questions.
Sub Conference: Justice

 

 

'Welcome to Conflict Remedy, Journey to the Heart of Communication. I am a communication and forgiveness coach, mediator, trainer, and facilitator. Through my blog (see below), I share ideas and stories to help you transform and heal your challenging communications'

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