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The Art Of Conflict Mastery with Karen Valencic

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Karen Valencic develops leaders and teams to engage through the phases of cutting edge innovation.  Karen’s own challenges as one of the very first women engineers at Delco Remy Division of G.M. spurred her on to find better ways to engage that bring out the best in all stakeholders. Now, with 20+ years focused on developing leaders and teams, Karen brings a unique balance of both logic and soft skills to promote engagement and innovation.  In 1992 she founded Spiral Impact, which imparts a distinct perspective on conflict and performance improvement as she blends science and martial arts to inspire practical skills for collaboration and influence. Karen authored Spiral Impact: The Power to Get It Done with Grace, the handbook Giving Deliberate Feedback for Leaders, and produced the audio program Strengthen Your Balance and Focus While Driving. Karen channels her vibrant experience into team and leadership development, professional conferences, coaching sessions, etc. – tailored to your individual needs or your organization’s specific goals. She has worked closely with C-level executives, front line customer care, and numerous people in the middle!  For 20+ years, Karen has been a devoted student of Aikido, the Japanese art of reconciliation. Aikido uses position rather than force to diffuse and protect the opponent’s life as well as your own. Spiral Impact is grounded in those same concepts.  Karen is currently Director of Mentoring with the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association, Indiana Chapter and board member with Spotlight on Nursing. She is Past-President of the Central Indiana Chapter of the American Society of Training and Development; formally an adjunct professor and Executive-in- Residence at Butler University and a former adjunct faculty with the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership. https://www.linkedin.com/in/spiralimpact/ www.spiralimpact.com

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