Conflict Management for HR Professionals

Date: Saturday, November 11, 2017– 9 AM to 5 PM

Location: Lakeside School, 14050 1st Avenue NE, Seattle, WA 98125, Fireplace Room

Training Description

Join us for a conflict management seminar designed specifically for human resource (HR) professionals and those interested in learning more about the topic.  Learn how the techniques of interest-based mediation are an effective tool in dealing with conflict based personnel issues. The workshop is geared for those directly involved in workplace personnel issues, HR professionals looking to enhance their communication and conflict resolution skills and for those individuals who intend to transition into the field of HR.

Agenda

  • What is Conflict
  • The HR Professional’s Role
  • Issues and Interests
  • Empathic Communication
  • T.A.L.K. Model
  • The Use of Mediation

Registration Information

Cost to attend the seminar is $175/person. Refreshments, light lunch and parking are included. For questions, please contact our Training Coordinator or call 206-443-9603 ext. 106. Registration is now closed.

Presenter

Betsy BeMiller is a consultant, facilitator, trainer, coach and mediator in employment and workplace issues. Drawing on her expertise and experience, she assists organizations in leadership development, training employees in communication and dispute/conflict resolution skills, leading visioning and strategic planning, facilitating work groups to resolve disputes/conflicts, mediating sensitive workplace issues, designing systems to handle disputes/conflicts and solving personnel management challenges through collaboration. Betsy serves currently on mediation panels for Dispute Resolution Center of King County and the King County Alternative Dispute Resolution Program (InterLocal Conflict Resolution Group), and has mediated for the EEOC. For the State of Washington, King County and University of Washington, Betsy is a competitively selected mediator, coach, trainer/instructor, consultant and facilitator.

Sponsors

Sara Skinner, Director of Human Resources, Lakeside School, and the Dispute Resolution Center of King County, have collaborated to offer a one-day conflict management workshop designed for human resource professionals and those interested in the subject matter.

 

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Cancellation & Refund Policy

The DRC gives a full refund for withdrawals up to ten business days prior to the beginning of the training. There is a $25 processing fee for refunds. There will be no refunds for workshops where the fee is $25 or less. No refunds will be issued for cancellations made less than ten business days prior to the first day of the training or for anyone who registered and without notification, does not attend that training.

Additional information

Ticket Type

Standard Rate