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Moving from Conflict to Collaboration - #7010
Multnomah Athletic Club
1849 SW Salmon
Portland, OR 97205
Wednesday, October 31, 2018, 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM PDT
Category: Leadership & Supervision

Changes in the workplace are placing new emphasis on the importance of effective collaboration. Organizations are expecting employees at all levels to work together, often across functions, to make decisions that were formerly the exclusive responsibility of management. This type of collaboration can bring out new potentials for conflict, thus creating a need for employees at every level of an organization to have the skills to deal successfully with conflict.

This unit gives participants the skills they need to turn conflicts into opportunities to achieve positive, productive results.

Erin Bair

For more information, please visit the Developing Leadership: 9-Part Series calendar entry.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain influences that are contributing to conflict in today's organizations.
  • Identify behavior patterns that under¬mine the ability to address conflict constructively.
  • Describe productive methods of dealing with these undermining behaviors.
  • Distinguish between positions taken in a conflict and the underlying issues.
  • Use the Key Actions to address conflict facing them on the job.

Presenter: Erin Bair, Director of Training & Organization Development

Location: Multnomah Athletic Club in Portland

Dates: Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Cost: Member Price - $95.00; Standard Price - $145.00

*Individual session prices available. Register two or more people at the same time and receive a 10% discount on total registration fee.

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Contact: Jocelyn Billings, at 503-585-4320 or [email protected]