Three Types of Workplace Conflict
And Strategies to Manage Them
Presented by Raymond Sullivan, PhD
Conflicts in the workplace have the potential to damage your organization’s morale and productivity. Conflict can induce stress and damage relationships between employees and between departments. Yet, under some circumstances, conflict can actually be functional, increasing organizational productivity, innovation, and creativity. After all, a harmonious, peaceful, and cooperative team maybe in danger of becoming stagnant and unresponsive to the need for change.
What are the types of conflicts that typically arise in the workplace and what are some techniques we can use to manage them? In this, interactive presentation, we will explore types of conflict, the conflict process, personal conflict handling styles, and we will discuss techniques for managing organizational conflict.
Raymond Sullivan, PhD has an extensive background managing high-tech teams. He has been an educator and an organizational consultant. In addition, he has studied hypnosis and hypnotherapy and has extensive expertise in psychology, hypnosis, and NLP and has helped his clients overcome the blocks holding them back from their personal success and wellbeing. Furthermore, he has lead strategic visioning workshops for non-profit and for-profit organizations, as well as local city governments. Through his work, Raymond commits himself to the positive development of individuals, teams, organizations, and their communities.
ATD-LA Conejo Valley Special Interest Group meets bi-monthly on the First Friday of the month.
The details for this presentation are still to be determined. Please check back at a later date for the details for this presentation.If you have any questions about the Conejo Valley Special Interest Group or if you are interested in sharing your expertise and leading a session please contact Valorie Avedisian and Ray Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org