How to Use Productive Conflict to Get Your Team Back on Track
Business today is more competitive than ever. Getting ahead and staying ahead requires your firm to make tough calls, face hard choices, and to work through conflict. But productive conflict is hard when you’re so busy, when you’re dealing with healthy egos, and when you don’t want to be perceived as a jerk. Fostering healthy conflict in your firm is about more than the right skill set. It requires the right mindset and the right processes, neither of which come naturally.
In this interactive workshop session, Dr. Liane Davey will teach you a process for creating productive conflict that will improve results, enhance engagement, and lower your stress levels. You will walk away being able to do the following:
- Make a compelling case to your leaders about the costs (in lost productivity, reduced engagement, and heightened stress) of avoiding the difficult issues in your firm
- Reframe people’s perceptions about conflict so that their natural conflict aversion doesn’t turn into conflict avoidance or worse, passive-aggressiveness
- Implement six different “conflict strategies for nice people” to have conflict as allies rather than adversaries
- Systematize conflict with two processes that neutralize and normalize even the most difficult issues in your business.
Every registrant receives a Complimentary Copy of the The Good Fight book written by Dr. Liane Davey.
NOTE: In person registration only. Webcast is not available for this event.