Conflict Resolution Workshops | Lynne Maureen Hurdle

Workshops & Programs

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Conflict Resolution for Beginners

How often have you heard someone say that they hate conflict? Or, how often have you avoided conflict yourself? While it may seem good enough to just smooth out or gloss over conflicts, in the workplace, avoiding conflict can easily escalate into bigger and bigger problems.

In this course, conflict resolution strategist, Lynne Maureen Hurdle gets you started on solving conflict avoidance problems. She shows why facing disputes head-on is so important and helps you understand why you may have negative associations with conflict. Lynne also gives some concrete strategies to become a better listener and communicator, and how to accomplish that essential task of reaching a resolution. After this course, you’ll be prepared to keep conflict from derailing your projects or disrupting your team dynamics in the future.

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Mistakes to Avoid When Resolving Conflict

Conflict is inevitable. When it’s time to resolve conflicts, you need to be equipped with the best tools and tactics.

In this course, conflict expert, Lynne Maureen Hurdle shows you how to avoid common mistakes when resolving conflict. Lynne shares ways listening can be difficult and explains how to listen effectively. She goes over how to avoid judgement and respond appropriately, then concludes with ways to overcome common obstacles and resolve conflicts.

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My Signature Leadership C.O.R.E. Seminars and Workshops

Develop and Strengthen Your Leadership C.O.R.E.

Communication
Objectivity
Resolving Conflict
Executing Excellence

Half day or Full day Seminars
3 – 6 week Workshop Series

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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Conflict For Leaders

The work of creating a climate that integrates the lens of diversity, equity and inclusion in every aspect of business is deep and challenging work. To equip leaders with the capacity to engage in courageous conversations about the systems, policies, procedures, perspectives and behaviors that create inequity and exclusion requires workshops that also integrate the mindset and skill set of conflict resolution. This interactive series of workshops is designed to take on the challenges that all of these topics present for leaders who are responsible for motivating, managing and interacting with staff and teams.

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Fearless Conversations: How to Engage in The Art of Difficult Conversations

Why do we avoid those difficult conversations? Perhaps, we put them off because we don’t have the language to effectively respond to people. Maybe things don’t go so well when we do engage with our clients, co-workers or employees.

Learning to listen and respond rather than react is the mark of a true leader. Learning the skills to handle even the most difficult issues such as gender, race, class, or religion are no longer optional in today’s global market.

Being in a leadership role makes it impossible to avoid crucial and challenging dialogue. Learn to be successful in engaging in difficult conversations instead of running away from conflicts.

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The Challenge and Opportunity of Conflict
Looking forward to your next great conflict? Probably not. What if you could look conflict in the eye and welcome all it has to teach you? It’s all about how you look at it, having a strategy and engaging fully.

My workshop will start you on the road to doing just that. Interactive, Practical and Adaptable to your life. You will never look at conflict the same way again.

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Conflict, Culture and Connection
It’s time to actively engage in the discussion of how conflict and culture connect and affect us. When conflicts happen we seldom consider the fact that not only are our perspectives shaped by actual events but also by culture. Defining what is meant by both culture and conflict and exploring the natural relationship between them is both complex and compelling. Learning how to engage each other with culture in mind is both fascinating and frustrating but so worth the work.

This workshop is Interactive, Relatable and Timely.

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Half day or Full day Seminars 3 – 6 week Workshop Series

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My Most Popular Topics

 

Brand and Corporate Reputation

  • Managing online and offline communication that may be causing reputation risk for your company
  • Case Study: How companies like Starbucks did things right and did things wrong after a public conflict and what your company needs to do when faced with the same
  • 4 Ways that a Company can shut down gossip and drama and shift to more positivity in their organization
  • Five Qualities Needed for Your Company to Be One of the Best Places to Work

Leadership and Team-Building

  • The Beginning Steps For Creating A Diverse and Inclusive Company Using Conflict as a Catalyst
  • How to Develop A Kick-Ass, Highly Productive, Happy AF to Work For You Team
  • The Cost of Hidden Conflict in Your Company and Business and How to Get Your Team on Board With Your Vision
  • Mastering The Difficult Conversations: How You And Your Team Can Communicate Your Way Through Anything

Work/Life Balance

  • 4 Ways to Find Peace and Productivity at Work While There’s Conflict at Home
  • 4 Ways to Find Peace and Happiness at Home While There’s Conflict at Work
  • How to Communicate With Your Boss, Spouse and Kids More Effectively Every Day
  • Mindfulness is The New Conflict Resolution Tool Not Enough People Know About

Raising a Family in Today’s World

  • Raising Leaders Not Followers
  • How Pop Culture Influences Your Children and 4 Ways You Can Make it Work For You
  • Case Studies: Profiling Some of The Most Influential People and Things That Your Children are Watching, and How to Have a Conversation About It
  • How to Talk to Your Kids About Social Media and Get Them to Listen