Some of us thrive on conflict, and some of us avoid it like the plague; we all have our preferences.
But being great at handling conflict in different ways depending on the situation, in spite of our preferences, is critical to our success in the workplace.
When we can apply different approaches to conflict in different situations, we will realize better results on our projects and with our teams. We will also have better relationships with our customers, peers and leaders.
Why does this matter?
Managing conflict effectively really is a balancing act—it’s about knowing when conflict might be helpful versus harmful, and it’s about knowing what you can do to maximize helpful conflict and appropriately address harmful conflict. Who should attend? Regardless of your position or your industry or your role, understanding what makes you avoid—or actively engage—in conflict and learning when to change your approaches will come in handy in all kinds of situations.
Attend this Forum if you are interested in exploring your preferences and how you can change them to get the best results. Step 1: Take the PATHZ daily challenge called “What motivates you to avoid conflict?” and then join this Daily Challenge Forum to find out more about this topic and to learn from others who are also trying to get better at managing conflict. In our Forums, you will discuss your experience with this daily challenge, hear what others experienced, deepen your understanding of the topic, and consider new approaches to what you are doing.
A PATHZ team member will facilitate the group through a series of probing questions about the daily challenge. This isn’t just an empty gabfest: it is carefully designed to help you gain insights about the topic and how your actions might impact your results and your colleagues.
Based on the discussion, you will plan your own set of next steps to do and be better at work. Travel information Paid Parking Nearby - 44 Canal Center Plaza Metro Accessible - Free shuttle from Braddock Rd.
Station (runs every 10-20 minutes) What if I need to cancel? We know stuff happens. It happens to us too sometimes. If you need to cancel this registration or transfer to a different forum, please do so at least eight (8) days prior to the date.
That way, we can plan accordingly and allow our waitlisted folks into the forum! Of course, if we cancel the forum prior to the event for any reason, we will issue a 100% refund as soon as we make the decision. Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? email@example.com Do you have any scholarships available? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information..