Making conflict work

How many times a day do you face disagreement? How good are you at protecting your interests and points of view? How efficient are you at understanding and accepting opposing ideas? Despite the common belief, conflict is not necessarily a fight. It is the power you can successfully harness.

Join us on May 07 to look at the conflict in another way and discover the methods to bring the bitterest conflict to a mutually beneficial solution!

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Pragmatic Benevolence in Conflict Resolution

How pragmatic are you when it comes to misunderstanding? How benevolent can you stay when you are faced with a conflict? Are you a benevolent leader to your subordinates?

The upcoming Professional Negotiators’ meeting will be focused on pragmatic benevolence as a powerful tool to make the conflict work for you and not against you.

Come and join us this Monday, November 27, to learn how to use pragmatic benevolence in practical conflict situations.

Bonus: You will be offered a simple test to assess your level of benevolence.

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