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5th June - Welcoming Workplace Conflict as an Opportunity

How to use workplace conflict as a creative opportunity to benefit yourself and your business
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Monday, 3 June 2013

Bankside Community Space

18 Great Guildford St
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Difficulties between colleagues in the workplace can be stressful, time-consuming and costly. But effective responses to conflict can transform any workplace conflict into an opportunity for learning and beneficial change.

This interactive workshop run by Alan Sharland will give you an opportunity to explore your own experiences of workplace conflict and create ideas for new ways of responding now and in future similar situations that are of benefit to you and your work or business.

After the session you will have:

  • Considered new ways of approaching workplace conflict as a positive opportunity
  • Gained a brief insight into the practices and thinking behind mediation and conflict coaching
  • Explored your own thoughts and understandings of conflict and that of others

Is tension at work taking up valuable time and energy? Come along for this breakfast briefing to start solving the problem. Breakfast and networking time will be available. Maximum 3 attendees per business.

Speaker Alan Sharland has been working in mediation for 18 years originally starting as a volunteer mediator in Camden. He has mediated in NHS complaints, workplace disputes, discrimination disputes, University student complaints, neighbour disputes and education related issues. He trains mediators and conflict coaches and provides conflict management training for managers and staff in working with each other and with clients.

"In my opinion there are few people in this country who are as skilled both as a practitioner and leading advocate of conflict management and conflict resolution as Alan Sharland" - Marina Cantacuzino - Founder/Director of The Forgiveness Project 

Feb 20 2013