Learn, Connect, Grow: Learn and Understand Workplace Conflict

Thursday, May 25, 2017
4 PM - 5:30 PM

If you have between 0-3 years’ experience in any department of a professional and scholarly publishing organization this event is for you. 

Learn, Connect, Grow:
Free PSP Session to Learn and Understand Workplace Conflict
Thursday, May 25th, 2017
4:00pm-5:30pm (ET)
Macmillan/NY Offices
1 New York Plaza
New York, NY
Or via webinar from 4:00-5:00pm (ET)

Is this for me?
If you have between 0-3 years’ experience in any department of a professional and scholarly publishing organization this event is for you.   Or if you just want to learn and understand workplace conflict to further your career in PSP publishing you should attend. If you attend the talk in person there will be ample time to network with staff from other publishing organizations.

Why should I attend?
Meet and Network with your Peers
Listen, Learn and understand workplace conflict
Put what you learn into practice in your workplace

If you would like the opportunity to network with other staff in the professional and scholarly publishing arena, meet your peers, and learn and understand workplace conflict then this free (for AAP members) afternoon talk is for you!

How will the session be structured?
Conflict happens everyday in the workplace. Different people, different styles, different ways of making decisions, different things matter these can all contribute to highly successful teams and interactions or can be a distractor to performance and can lead to conflict.
Do you feel uncomfortable in managing conflict?
Do you want to understand the source of conflict and what your conflict style is?
Would you like to learn how to deal constructively with people who have different styles?

Join us for the upcoming Learn, Connect and Grow session on May 25 as we explore this topic and provide you with tools to manage conflict.

The afternoon will end with an opportunity to network with your colleagues and speak to the presenter (in person only attendees).

Speaker:
Susan Dawson, Chief People Officer, Silverchair Science and Communications
Darrell W. Gunter, CEO, Gunter Media Group

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