Communication and Conflict Coaching Training

Communication and Conflict Coaching Training
Date and time
8:30 AM - 5:30 PM, February 22, 2020
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8:30 AM - 5:30 PM, February 21, 2020 - February 22, 2020
Description

In your work, are you called upon to:

  • Deal with employees’ personality clashes?
  • Assist co-workers with interpersonal or workplace conflicts?
  • Help young people consider how to deal with bullying, fights with friends or classroom conflicts?
  • Talk with clients about how they manage either professional or personal disagreements?
  • Offer advice to colleagues on how to manage conflicts in your organization?
  • Mentor or advise future leaders in your organization?

If you answered “yes”, then you will benefit from developing communication and conflict coaching skills. A “conflict and communication coach” works one-on-one with someone struggling with a conflict or disagreement. The “coach” helps the person in conflict:

  • Talk through the conflict issues.
  • Better understand the situation.
  • See things in a new way.
  • Brainstorm options for managing the conflict or issue.
  • Learn conflict management skills.

This highly interactive training will be led by conflict coaching expert and scholar Dr. Tricia Jones. Jones is the CEO of Conflict Coaching Matters, a training and consulting organization with decades of experience serving government, higher education and private sector organizations. She has authored seven books and over 65 articles, including the best-selling book in the field of conflict coaching, Conflict Coaching: Conflict Management Strategies and Skills for the Individual. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from one of the top practitioners and scholars in the field of coaching!

Full time Missouri State faculty and staff may apply their $150 non-credit course fee waiver toward the cost of this training. Seats are extremely limited, so early registration is recommended. 

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Admission
$500 - includes breakfast and lunch each day and all training materials Full-time Missouri State faculty and staff may apply their $150 non-credit course fee waiver toward the cost of this training.
Open to public, alumni, faculty, staff
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