Thursday, October 10, 2013 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. The Willamette Valley Country Club, Canby (Google Map)

[framed_box] Our ability to build relationships between people throughout the workplace is essential at all levels. When these relationships breakdown, information is withheld, immovable positions are taken and interpersonal dramas escalate. The ability for individuals and teams to take healthy responsibility for how they show up and hold themselves and each other accountable is essential to sustaining organizational excellence. The session will provide proven strategies to reduce drama, value human needs and increase organizational performance. Content:

  • Discover relationship patterns that do not support connection and creativity
  • Identify the three positions in the drama triangle
  • Practice strategies that reduce individual and organizational drama
  • Learn to communicate based on needs and feelings


DanMillerFor more than 30 years, Dan Miller’s passion for personal and organizational transformation has motivated individuals and organizations to create lasting change. Dan uses proven, results-based interventions and follow-up reinforcement strategies that focus on improving performance. He is personally and professionally committed to the theory and practice of Continuous Improvement.

Prior to forming his own company in 1997, Dan directed training and organizational development for a human resources association with more than 400 member companies. He designed leadership, communication, and safety skills curricula and annually taught 150 courses.

Dan uses his expertise in personal development, organizational psychology, and leadership communication to create the shifts necessary to take you and your company to the next level of performance excellence. His work with CEOs, top executives, managers, and supervisors helps them become masterful leaders in every situation.