Conflict Related WEBINARS
Speak Up and Confront Project Problems
Prompted by and introductory
material based on an article written by Maxfield, David of
VitalSmarts. 17 August 2006, “Crucial Conversations.” Available from: Projects@Work at
http://www.projectsatwork.com (accessed 20 February 2007).
Abstract: "Most problems get
solved fairly quickly. Smart people work together to
put the problem behind them. But when problems have
become chronic, have resisted lots of smart people and
smart solutions, then the cause is usually
self-defeating patterns of behavior."
with Conflicting Projects and Priorities
How do you avoid the "crisis du
jour" by bringing mission focus to random
priorities? How do you set project priorities,
including conflicting priorities across projects? How do
you identify truly critical
projects, all competing for the same limited resources?
How do you manage when multiple
projects all have "#1" priority?
The focus of this WEBinar teaches you how to
teach others to "mind the shop."
The Ego and the Heart in
Abstract: This WEBinar shows the
6-step process for having an argument in peace, in a
In addition, it describes those components of the ego,
judgment, anger, and fear, that interfere with team
cooperation and effectiveness, and how to go to an
alternative state, the heart.