Although conflict is a daily fact of life, most of us never really learned how to engage in it effectively. What’s worse is that our dysfunctional patterns of how we interact during conflict have become ingrained and are hard to change. This workshop will provide an overview of why conflicts occur and the unmet needs that underlie them. It will also explore the weaknesses of traditional views and approaches to conflict, provide a new framework for conflict resolution, and teach the skills necessary to successfully navigate and resolve conflict in all settings (personal and work). Participants will learn how to resist the urge to avoid conflicts, gain skills to effectively address conflict without harming relationships and learn how to improve their communication skills so resolution can occur.
This is part 2 of a two-part series. Click here to register for Part 1 “Making Your Words an Asset Not a Liability: How to Improve What You Say & How You Say It.” on November 20.
- “I liked that we were given proper ways to handle conflict and a deeper understanding of how both side of the conflict are probably feeling.” — April
- “Great takeaways on having the right mindset when going into these tough conversations. The presenter obviously knows her stuff and is very engaging.” — Angela
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- “Today’s training helped me out more than you know. As always, thank you Dr. Kimberly!” — Darren
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- “The most valuable part is the presenter. She engages in a personal way (exposing her own humanity) with the subject matter and doesn’t come across as stiff or reading from a script. from a stiff script.” — Marjorie
- “LOVE Dr. Miller’s presentations and topics. All useful and relevant, in my opinion!” — Michaela