Career Events & Arch Ready Programs
Improving Your Conflict Competence
Date: May 17, 2023
Time: 1:00 pm until 2:00 pm
Location: Virtual Venue (Online)
Regardless of your professional role, or whether you manage others or not, the soft skill of managing change and conflict is one that is absolutely critical for your success. We can't avoid conflict, and it is something that can actually improve our work relationships if we know how to handle it correctly. However, most of us want to avoid conflict. Additionally, it can be difficult to manage situations with a wide range of employees with different backgrounds, skill sets, and ages. These differences along with changes in the way we work (remotely, etc.) can create unexpected conflicts in the workplace, especially when times are more difficult and uncertain.
In this webinar, we will discuss important coaching skills that can help any professional more effectively manage conflict and touchy situations, such as:
-Creating a safe space for open conversations.
-Leveraging active listening to manage touchy situations.
-How to use powerful questions to empower, support, and work through disagreements.
-Three critical coaching skills that will enable you to better manage conflict.
Our presenter, Hallie, has been a certified career coach, speaker, author, and national career expert since 2002. Her company, Create Your Career Path, is headquartered in Atlanta, GA. She is regularly featured in the media (Forbes, CNN, Money magazine, WSJ) and has undergraduate and graduate degrees from Vanderbilt University and the University of Illinois. With over 2,000 success stories, her team of coaches and resume writers help professionals find jobs that make them want to jump out of bed in the morning to go to work. Their website is www.createyourcareerpath.com.
Recommended dress for this event: Casual
More information: (706) 542-3375
This event is sponsored by the University of Georgia Career Center
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