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PMI UK Webinar: 'Dancing With Disruptive Conflict'. Taking Charge of Conflict in The Workplace for Optimised outcomes. 15th July 2020

PMI UK Webinar: 'Dancing With Disruptive Conflict'. Taking Charge of Conflict in The Workplace for Optimised outcomes. 15th July 2020

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PMI UK Webinar

'Dancing With Disruptive Conflict'. Taking Charge of Conflict in The Workplace for Optimised outcomes

15th July 2020 at 12 pm

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Do you react or respond to Conflict situations at work? Reaction is the manifestation of emotional knee jerk patterns, or, do you typically respond with reason and enquiry in order to make best use of the situation? Be honest, most of us have had no training in being powerful around conflict and tension.

 

This event will demonstrate why we are so awkward with conflict, why that matters in terms of our requirement to ‘disrupt’, what it costs on a human scale and how to raise your capability in being able to dance with light feet around conflict to leverage it as a force for opportunity (versus a destructive dark side!).

Many of us are following the inner programming to proactively avoid conflict. Or, we pull on the boxing gloves and get into unproductive attack mode. Or we shut down in the face of conflict and hide in our caves. We can and need to do better; to be able to Dance with Conflict - because that is THE space where Disruptive Conversation and Breakthroughs lies.

(NB A free online personal assessment for understanding your relationship with Conflict will be given to the winner of the web quiz)

Event Properties

Event Date 15-07-2020 12:00 pm
Event End Date 15-07-2020 1:00 pm
Individual Price Free

Speakers

Paul Fox

For 30 years Paul has been at the sector forefront of High Performance Team working, Behavioural Development and Collaboration. He works with major clients, consultants and contractors on a 1-1 Performance Coaching basis, with Project Teams and Leadership Teams /Boards within the Engineering and Built environment. Clients are international including PCL Canada, the UK HS2 GBP60bn programme and an array of a-z clients noted on his website. Paul has a special interest in the power of diversity in Teams and is a mentor for several women’s groups such as Women in Rail. He has a Masters Degree in Organizational Strategy.