Date: Thursday, 07 February 2019
Time: 08:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Fee: Free
Address: 400 E. Pine St., Seattle, WA
Contact: Ilona Lohrey
Location: GSBA Headquarters
Phone: 206-363-9188
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In a galaxy far, far away - or maybe within your own team - seemingly regular people are wasting time and money on conflict, and playing the role of villain, victim and hero in their own office drama. According to research, managers spend approximately 25-35% of their valuable time dealing with employee disputes. To get past the drama and get your team back to business, join Stop the Drama Mama, Jami Hudson, in an interactive morning that goes beyond information to transformation empowering you to:

  • Determine the cost of conflict to your specific organization - it’s WAAAAY more than you think
  • Learn the only THREE ways to resolve any conflict
  • Prevent - or at least, reduce - conflict in the first place by implementing two simple rules

Presenter bio:

Jami Hudson has trained hundreds of employees on how to recognize, redefine, and resolve workplace drama. A certified mediator and life/business coach for twenty years, she is also a professor of Mediation in the Workplace, Adult Learning, and Career Development, in the Human Resource Development masters program at Bowie State University. 

This workshop takes place from 8:00 to 10:00 am on Thursday, Feb. 7 at the GSBA offices. Light refreshments will be provided.

Sponsored by Wells Fargo

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