August Event: Conflict Strategies Workshop

  • 20 Aug 2014
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Franklin University, Phillips Hall, Room 220, 303 S. Grant Ave., Columbus, 43215
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We are excited to learn the five common conflict management strategies using the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI).  The TKI is a powerful assessment tool used for 40 years to help individuals, teams, and organizations develop more effective communication skills, build greater trust and stronger teams, facilitate change, and foster more collaborative cultures.   

In this workshop, you will learn:

  • What conflict/communication strategies you tend to overuse and underuse
  • Why some communication strategies harm trust and delay or kill change initiatives 
  • When to use specific strategies to accomplish your goals in different situations and with different individuals and groups
  • How to improve your interpersonal communication and conflict management skills and help build more successful employees, teams and organizations
This is a unique opportunity to take the TKI assessment complimentary (there is no additional charge beyond the standard CCODN event rates) as an attendee at August's CCODN event. 

Program time: 6-7:30p

Because this workshop is based on assessment, attendance is capped at 30 and registration closes August 15.   

Our facilitator:  Denton Whitney, of Whitney Counsel, LLC, has expertise in helping individuals, teams and organizations increase innovation, create value, and foster accountability and collaboration through conflict coaching and training, mediation, and legacy planning.  


Leadership Opportunities: Want to become a stronger, wiser, faster, and more connected OD leader and practitioner?  Ask a board member about joining a CCODN committee or becoming one of our next board members.

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