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Conflict Resolution – How to prevent, identify and manage conflict

April 13 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Understand what conflict is and learn practical strategies for managing conflict when it arises.

 

Managing volunteers offers some unique challenges. Understanding some simple yet effective ways to prevent, identify and manage conflict, helps promote a stable and harmonious volunteer workforce.

Understand what conflict is and learn practical strategies for managing conflict when it arises.

Topics to be covered in the workshop:

• Understand what contributes to conflict

• How to handle difficult conversations

• The communication skills needed to deal with aggressive people

• Practical tips for managing conflict and maintaining relationships

Participants will leave with a toolkit of strategies and a simple 4-step plan for dealing with workplace conflict and know how to react to any given situation.

The workshop will be interactive in nature with time built-in for practicing techniques

About our Facilitator, Carrie Wallis – Best-Selling Author, Coach/Counsellor, Educator

Carrie delivers energising confidence for her clients so they can prosper in business and life. Her business, Enlighten U Solutions provides professional business coaching and marketing for small businesses, and empowering confidence coaching for individual professionals.

We cannot always control what happens to us in life, but we can always control how we choose to react. Too often people remain stuck in lives they regret. Afraid to try new things or do what they really want fearing what others will say. Learn how to radiate confidence and communicate in a way that gets you more of what you want more of the time. Develop relationships at work and home that sustain and nurture both yourself and the other party.

Having been a Head of IT where she led a large department of both permanent and contract staff. She is very comfortable with technology and is told she has a way of explaining complex material in a way that is easy to understand, and has run her own business for the last 21 years.

2020 saw her achieve a lifelong ambition to become a #1 best-selling author with the release of her book ‘From Strangers to Clients’.

Carrie’s Qualifications: Graduate Certificate Bereavement Counselling, B.Sc (Honours 1st Class); Diploma Counselling, Diplomas Life and Business Coach, Master NLP Practioner & Trainer, Certified Strengths Profiler, Certified Emotional Intelligence Coach, Cert Trainer and Assessor A.C.A Accredited Clinical Counselling Supervisor

Venue

Online workshop – The Centre for Volunteering
Webinar - Address to be sent on registration

Organiser

The Centre For Volunteering
Phone:
02 9261 3600
Website:
www.volunteering.com.au