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Lifeskills workshop: Dealing with Conflict


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Part of the IET Professional Lifeskills series, this workshop aims to provide you with the skills to be able to handle conflict in a calm and assertive manner.

Date and Time

19 February 2014 - 18:00-20:30


Plymouth, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the Devon and Cornwall local network.

About this event

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There will be certain times that we have to deal with difficult situations or people which may result in conflict in the workplace. Dealing with these situations can be tricky and also quite stressful. This workshop aims to provide you with the skills to be able to handle conflict in a calm and assertive manner.
Anyone who has had to deal with conflict in the workplace or is finding certain situations or people challenging would benefit from attending.
The topics covered include:
- What causes conflict?
- Conflict handling styles
- Controlling emotions
- Assertive communication


18:00 Networking Start Time
18:30 Workshop Starts

Reasons to attend

- Develop your professional skills
- Continue your professional development
- Network with your peers





Additional information

Refreshments provided. Open to moembers and non members

Registration information

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