LEADING THROUGH CONFLICT
Conflict is one of the most difficult challenges that a leader faces. When left unattended, it can destroy relationships, teams, and organizations. This training is designed to help participants lead through conflict more effectively. As interested parties in conflict, leaders will learn to intentionally make choices that move the process forward productively and model the way for others. When leading others through confict, leaders will be able to create an environment and facilitate dialogue that will lead to a mutually acceptable resolution. Also, when leaders decide to make decisions to resolve disputes, they will have to use tools to keep others engaged in the process. For three days, leaders will grow in their awareness of themselves, their knowledge of the complexity of engaging in conflict, and their ability to use a process and set of tools to engage in conflict meaningfully.
Trainers: Phyllis Magrab, Ph.D., Professor of Pediatrics, Georgetown University;
Greg Abell, Principal, Sound Options Group, LLC; Elizabeth Waetzig, J.D., Founding Partner, Change Matrix, LLC
May 8-10, 2012
National Technical Assistance Center for Children’s Mental Health
at Georgetown University, Washington, DC
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