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How to Manage Interpersonal Conflict Effectively

May 28 @ 6:00 pm8:00 pm

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Difficult Conversations: Managing Interpersonal Conflict Effectively
Lecturer: Dr. Rebecca Bromwich

Difficult conversations, and interpersonal conflicts, are inevitable in our personal and professional lives. We are faced with difficult conversations in a range of settings, in our families, in relation to our health and that of loved ones, as well as in politics. Most of us find it tempting to avoid difficult conversation, but avoiding conflict can prevent us from moving forward on necessary matters and in our personal relationships. Learn practical suggestions, grounded in Harvard Negotiation Project theories, to keep projects and people functioning productively. This lecture will help equip participants to manage conflict in relationships and have transformative conversations, no matter how difficult this might be.

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Details

Date:
May 28
Time:
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Cost:
$30
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Website:
https://carleton.ca/linr/spring-2019-single-lecture-presentations/#difficult

Organizer

Carleton Life-long Learning (and Learning in Retirement)
Phone:
613-520-3699
Email:
learning.in.retirement@carleton.ca
Website:
www.carleton.ca/linr

Venue

Carleton University (Life-Long Learning)
Campus location specified upon registration
Ottawa,
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Phone:
613-520-3699
Website:
www.carleton.ca/linr