Kathy Stroh

Kathy Stroh

Conflict Management

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Denver, Colorado

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Kathy Stroh, MSS, captivates and motivates an audience through her high-energy presentations, humor, and ability to incorporate stories to illustrate the concepts. Her knowledge of conflict is firmly established through a strong academic background accompanied with years of working with a wide variety of audiences – from prisons to boardrooms. Participants not only enjoy her presentations, but they leave with insight and skills to make changes in their lives.

Since 1985, Kathy has presented over 1,600 workshops, seminars, and keynotes, and has studied, taught, and been educated in conflict management. She has taught in universities, private industry, church groups, educational systems, nonprofit organizations, state/county/city government agencies, and correctional facilities. Since 1989, she has included Juggling Master, a program she wrote that promotes self-mastery.

Since she taught high school, Kathy realized that only a small portion of the population learns by sitting and listening. So, she developed Juggling Master, which would allow people to move to learn. Self-mastery is inner control – the epitome of skills that is attributed to happiness, success, leadership, strong relationships, and countless other qualities. Juggling Master is related to conflict in that one has to control one’s self before there is movement towards resolution.

Kathy's clients have included: Kaiser Permanente, Invesco Funds, Geneva Pharmaceutical, Hewlett-Packard, Amoco, U.S. Postal Service, U.S. Dept. of Commerce, City and County of Denver, Chipotle, McDonald's, Denver Public Schools, Denver Police Department, Adams County Mental Health Center, Martin Marietta, U.S. Department of Education, University of Hawaii, Federal Penitentiary (Denver), Colorado Women's Correctional Facility, Douglas County Schools, Bureau of Land Management, Colorado Rural Electric Association, USDA Forest Service, IBM, City of Greenwood Village, Association of Legal Administrators, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Arizona State Parks, Clemson University, DRCOG, Pinnacol Insurance, and National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

Kathy's Masters of Social Sciences from the University of Colorado strictly addressed conflict management. She received University of Phoenix's top award, The Director's Award, for outstanding job in teaching adults.

Kathy is the author of "Growing Wings: Resolving Conflicts, Preserving Relationships", a book about interpersonal conflict.