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Negotiating strategies for conflict resolution offers managers and leaders techniques on how to get results driven outcomes for increased productivity and improved relationships.
Participants will be able to understand the concept of needs and interest for effective resolution and how to negotiate in challenging situations.
Communicating gracefully and assertively in various workplace situations can be challenging especially for managers. Learn effective techniques for constructive feedback and productive communications in this reflective and engaging workshop.
Stoute Communications in Chicago offers conflict training and consulting.
1-2-3 listen to me explores ineffective communication practices and the reasons behind these behaviors.
Participants will learn successful communication techniques, enjoy laughs, conduct role plays and engage in open discussion forum. This is a fun and interactive training that is also great for team building.
Managing workplace conflict provides an overview on various types of dysfunctional behaviors and patterns that impacts workplace culture.
Participants will gain knowledge on conflict triggers, behavioral patterns and will learn successful resolution techniques for any work environment.
This workshop explores assumptions and stereotypes towards various people groups and the meaning behind it.
Participants are encouraged to be open, honest, and reflective on how their behavior impacts others and how change occurs.
With all the recent events in the news, sexual harassment has become a hot topic. This workshop is geared towards educating employees on the definition of sexual harassment, related behaviors, how to respond and precautionary measures.
Participants will learn three types of sexual harassment: quid pro quo, hostile work environment, and third party sexual harassment.
Conflict Training Schedule in Chicago
Full Day Training: 5.5 hours-includes lunch (1 hour) and (2) 15 minute breaks
½ Day Training- 3.5 hours with (2) 15 minute breaks