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Engaging with Conflict - June 30, 2020

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Engaging with Conflict: The Basics of Disagreeing without Discord

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Engaging with Conflict is part of our leadership development series, Leading from the Middle. If you are interested in this course plus our related courses: Enhance Your Natural Leadership and Coaching Skills for Leaders, you can buy a three-course package for US$297 by upgrading at check-out.

Engaging with Conflict explores how to use conflict to accelerate progress.

What is the value of conflict? How can individuals and teams benefit from recognizing, surfacing, and exploring conflict as it arises?

In this interactive workshop, we will reframe conflict as a useful tool. What happens when you view conflict as an opportunity to learn and improve rather than simply an obstacle to resolve?

We will take a look at some of the drivers behind interpersonal conflict, tools for handling conflict well, and ways to avoid groupthink or artificial harmony.

The course will meet using Zoom video conferencing.

June 30, 2020

4:00-5:30 pm ET

US$125 includes taxes

If you are interested in this course plus our related courses: Enhance Your Natural Leadership and Coaching Skills for Leaders, upgrade at checkout to buy the three-course package for US$297 .

FACILITATORS: Kate Arms and Alyssa Dickman

Kate Arms has been creating cultures where people thrive since 1984, when she realized she could turn the lonely outlier kids in her middle school into a group of friends. She has learned through experience that every person has the power to improve the culture of a group with or without formal authority. Her career has taken her through law, technology, publishing, non-profits and the arts. She has seen firsthand that the same set of skills improves the culture in every industry. As a leader, she has a reputation for getting exceptional performance out of her direct reports, delivering quality results with limited resources, and creating engaged teams that have fun through the process of working hard and delivering excellence. Since 2013, she has been helping others transform the cultures of their workplaces and families through coaching and training. She holds a BA from Cornell University and a JD from Harvard Law School. She is an International Coach Federation Professional Certified Coach, a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, and a graduate of the Co-Active Leadership Program.

Alyssa Dickman has over 20 years’ experience in Talent and Leadership Development. She brings a focus on the people-side of business to all her work, including individuals looking to grow their leadership, teams wanting to work better together, and organizations focusing on talent strategy. Her past experience includes organizational effectiveness consulting at Slalom Consulting and other roles in recruiting, learning, and change management. She is certified in an array of development tools, including MBTI Type Indicator, Hogan Leadership Assessment Series and DISC communication styles. She holds a BA from Brandeis University, an MS in Learning and Organizational Change from Northwestern University and is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach accredited by the International Coach Federation.

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