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Taking Control of Conflict

Date:  Not currently scheduled

Overview (Program by AchieveGlobal)

The more people have to depend on each other to achieve results under pressure, the higher the instance of conflict. Given the complex web of inter-relationships that exists in most organizations today, there is ample opportunity for conflict to arise. Mishandled conflict situations damage work relationships and deplete personal energy and focus, causing productivity to plummet. People and organizations can greatly benefit from learning to handle conflicts skillfully and confidently. This half-day workshop will provide participants with a process for resolving conflict which encourages shared solutions while building constructive work relationships.

Learning Outcomes

  • Get a clear picture of the causes behind a conflict
  • Prepare to address conflict with a resolution mindset
  • Talk through a conflict situation objectively and non-defensively
  • Develop first steps and trial solutions to begin to resolve a conflict

Facilitator

Facilitated by Ruth Bealer, SPHR. Ruth has experience in both the public and private sector, and currently serves as the Human Resources Director for the accounting firm Adams, Brown, Beran and Ball. Ruth brings a wealth of experience in employee and labor relations, performance management, culture change, and has an HR generalist background. Ruth has worked with major corporations as well as mid-size local organizations. Participants will find her approach to human resources and workplace issues to be very practical and easy to implement. She brings concept and theory to life with her real-world application and a sense for the reality of day-to-day business.

Fee: $119

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