Grab your cup of coffee and join us for an opportunity to listen and share in our Cultivating Resiliency online "Coffee Chat" group.
This session will be lead by Shauna Reitmeier and Kristine Ranger
Shauna has over 20 years of experience in the behavioral healthcare and cognitive disabilities fields. She currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the Northwestern Mental Health Center, which serves a comprehensive array of behavioral healthcare services to adults, children and families across six (6) rural and frontier counties of Northwest Minnesota. Shauna grew up on a farm.
Kristine was raised in NE MI and has worked in various segments of the agri-food industry including forestry, equine and livestock production, sales and service, direct marketing, and community food systems. She offers a wealth of knowledge about farm families, communication and conflict from her experiences as a Facilitator, Agri-science Instructor, HR Consultant, business coach, and consultant to farm families in succession planning.
Communication is important in every aspect of our lives. In agriculture, effective communication while farming and ranching is especially important, but sometimes we are reluctant or unable to have critical conversations -- especially when we are dealing with tough topics such as farm transitions, financial situations and family working relationships. Strong communication skills are important in maintaining health, well-being and relationships.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Join us in the first of a two part series to learn about communication realities, our natural responses to conflict, and why we communicate and act the way we do when threatened or under duress.