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Positive Power Plays: Skills for Conflict and Negotiation: Supervisory Leadership Series

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Name: Positive Power Plays: Skills for Conflict and Negotiation: Supervisory Leadership Series
Date: October 10, 2017
Time: 8:30 PM - 4:30 PM CDT
Event Description:
You may choose individual programs, but participants benefit most from taking the entire series and save 10% over the cost of individual sessions. All leaders deal with conflict in one form or another. Learn how to turn conflict into collaborations and reach win-win resolutions. You will realize that conflict management can build trust, self esteem, and constructive communication. Conflict can ultimately clarify roles, relationships, and heighten creativity. Learning how to reach beyond the impasse and find solutions that work is one of the best tools that leaders can use.
Location:
Grainger Hall, UW-Madison 975 University Avenue Madison, WI 53706
Date/Time Information:
10/10/2017
Contact Information:
WI Business Answerline 608-263-7680 WI SBDC UW-Madison
Fees/Admission:
All three programs: $735 (SAVE 10% Sign up for full series) Positive Power Plays $259
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