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Resolving Employee Interpersonal Conflict: How to Train Co-Workers to Mange Issues, Diffuse Drama and Get Back to Work

Resolving Employee Interpersonal Conflict: How to Train Co-Workers to Manage Issues, Diffuse Drama and Get Back to Work

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Resolving Employee Interpersonal Conflict: How to Train Co-Workers to Manage Issues, Diffuse Drama and Get Back to Work

Live Webinar: Thursday, July 12, 2018

1:30 to 3:00 p.m. Eastern / 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Pacific


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how to how to train employees on handling interpersonal conflicts so they deal with the situation and can move on.



It’s only natural for conflict to occur in any workplace where there are groups of people, especially when you have people from different backgrounds, age groups, etc. Needless to say, interpersonal conflicts and uncomfortable employee interactions can create tension and “drama” in the workplace, causing slowdowns in production, costly mistakes, and an inhospitable culture. This is not what you want for your organization.

Conflict between coworkers can occur based on any number of reasons. It can be due to different backgrounds and biases, or it can be because of perceived unfairness in the workplace. It can be a slight thing, such as someone’s irritating habit, or something more obvious, like bullying or outright disrespect. Any interpersonal conflict between coworkers, especially if they are in frequent contact, can snowball and result in disruptions that negatively affect the smooth operation of the organization.

How can HR effectively address conflict in the workplace, encourage employees to work out their differences, and build an atmosphere of respect? While it’s not always up to managers to solve these problems, they can learn tools and tips to de-escalate situations. In addition, HR can create policies that delineate how conflicts, when they come up, will be resolved. Trainings in conflict resolution can benefit management as well as employees.

Join us on July 12 for valuable guidance on how to address workplace conflict between coworkers, when to step in, and when to stay out. Plus, you’ll get tips on how to train your employees to address these situations themselves..

You’ll learn:

  • The deteriorating and potential costly impact interpersonal conflicts among coworkers can have your business 
  • How to create a policy for handling interpersonal conflicts among coworkers 
  • How to communicate a culture of respect for your workplace 
  • The preventive training to deliver to managers on how to address conflicts before they snowball 
  • What to do if interpersonal conflict becomes a problem—best practices and what to avoid doing or saying 
  • Legal issues that can arise around interpersonal conflict—harassment and bullying causing a hostile workplace 
  • And much more! 

About Your Presenter

Dr. Steve AlbrechtDr. Steve Albrecht
HR Consultant
www.drstevealbrecht.com

Dr. Steve Albrecht manages a Colorado-based training, coaching, and management consulting firm. As a trainer, speaker, author, and consultant, Dr. Albrecht is internationally recognized for his expertise in high-risk HR issues. He provides HR consulting, site security assessments, coaching, and training workshops in supervisory improvement, workplace violence prevention, harassment prevention, drug and alcohol awareness, team building and team conflict resolution, negotiation, and stress management. Dr. Albrecht holds a B.A. in English, a B.S. in Psychology, an M.A. in Security Management, and a doctoral degree in Business Administration (D.B.A.). He has been a trainer for over 30 years and is certified in HR, security management, employee coaching, and threat assessment and management. He has written 18 books on business, security and law enforcement subjects.

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