Lorie Reichel-Howe

Founder, Conversations In The Workplace

Lorie Reichel Howe is founder of Conversations in the Workplace. She leverages over 20 years of expertise in communication and relationship management to equip managers and teams to have “safe conversations” – transformative dialogue that uncovers hidden workplace issues to foster greater innovation, inclusion and collaboration within the organization.

Lorie has a diverse career experience as an educator, leadership development trainer, mediator and conflict coach. She has supported organizations such as Northern California Human Resource Association, Association for Dispute Resolution Northern California, Women in Technology International, Workforce Institute, Rimini Street Incorporation, Santa Clara Superior Court, Santa Clara Office of Education, San Jose State University and California League of Schools.

Lorie is a professional mediator and a conflict and communication coach. She mediates small claims and civil harassment cases at the Santa Clara Superior Court and provides community mediation for the Santa Clara Department of Human Services.

You can learn about Lorie’s impact at www.ConversationsInTheWorkplace.com.

 

Upcoming Conference Sessions Featuring Lorie Reichel-Howe

Conference

Coaching Managers to Become Inclusive Without Getting Crucified

Creating an inclusive workplace goes deeper than hiring practices, diversity reporting, and company policies. Ultimately, the way we interact with others on a daily basis determines whether employees feel valued.  This interactive discussion session focuses on coaching managers to skillfully respond to three behaviors that stifle employee engagement, empowerment, and innovation.

You will learn:

Strategies for effectively talking, listening, and collaborating
A framework for establishing more productive manager-staff working relationships
How to increase employee engagement, performance, and team productivity

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Conference

Coaching Managers to Become Inclusive Without Getting Crucified

Creating an inclusive workplace goes deeper than hiring practices, diversity reporting, and company policies. Ultimately, the way we interact with others on a daily basis determines whether employees feel valued.  This interactive discussion session focuses on coaching managers to skillfully respond to three behaviors that stifle employee engagement, empowerment, and innovation.

You will learn:

Strategies for effectively talking, listening, and collaborating
A framework for establishing more productive manager-staff working relationships
How to increase employee engagement, performance, and team productivity

Read More