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Conflict and Negotiation Workshop

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Conflict and Negotiation Workshop

Time: June 22, 2021 from 9:30am to 11:30am
Location: zoom
Event Type: professional, development, training
Organized By: Cynthia Rojas
Latest Activity: Jun 18

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Event Description

Learning to create more effective workplaces through resolution.


June 22, 2021

9:30 am – 11:30 am EST

Workshop is free, click here to register.

Provided by: Cynthia W. Rojas, Consultant, Fio Partners

We are all aware that conflict in the workplace is inevitable, yet most of us would rather it didn’t exist. Many of us see conflict as an unpleasant experience with a “good” vs. “bad” or “right” vs. “wrong” dynamic. Join me as we tackle the most common conflict styles, learn how they impact resolution, and try negotiation tactics that resolve and manage conflict. Together we can create a workplace environment that enhances our effectiveness and productivity.

About the Facilitator

Cynthia W. Rojas is a consultant with Fio Partners.  She helps organizations solve complex problems, which includes building internal infrastructure, working through organizational change, and supporting leaders during organizational transition and transformation. Her interest in conflict resolution is a result of the issues and tensions that surface during her work with organizations. 

Cynthia is offering this workshop as part of her doctoral studies in organizational development strategic leadership. Given the importance of working through tough times, Cynthia sees conflict resolution and negotiation strategies as a way to face some of the issues impacting the work of organizations. 

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