Conflict Transformation with Mark Molitor

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Conflict Transformation

Tuesday from 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM EDT

Add to Calendar 2021-04-20 17:30:00 2021-04-20 19:00:00 America/New_York Conflict Transformation This digital event will be offered via Zoom. Details will be emailed after registration. Make sure you have the most up-to-date version:

This digital event will be offered via Zoom. Details will be emailed after registration. Make sure you have the most up-to-date version:


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More About Conflict Transformation

Can we do better than simply managing conflict? If you’re dealing with important issues, conflict is inevitable but also necessary! Conflict Transformation will develop the two critical skills you need build constructive solutions in complex times.

In this workshop, you will understand various approaches to handling conflict and their respective advantages and disadvantages, increase awareness of your tendencies for handling conflict, explore how to deal more effectively with those who make conflict situations challenging for you and more consciously adapt your approach to interacting with others to balance your interests and theirs.

This online workshop is for you:

  • Even hate conflict
  • Even are a natural peace-maker
  • Even if...the conflicts you're in seem unsolvable

About the speaker:

Mark Molitor is a leadership development consultant. He designs and instructs in leadership development programs, consults with leadership teams, and coaches leaders. In addition to his private consulting practice, Mark serves as the Director of Leadership Development for Leadership Triangle and as a core faculty member for the NC Rural Center’s Leadership Institute.

Early in his career he co-founded a computer software company specializing in the human service and nonprofit sector. As CEO for more than 11 years he led the company through substantial growth as well as a merger and two acquisitions to serve over 1,000 client organizations in all 50 states and Canada.

Following that he consulted in several sectors that included associations, foundations, education, state and municipal governments, healthcare, software, automotive, banking, biotech, and environmental health. As a contractor with the MG Taylor Corporation and Ernst & Young Management Consulting, he worked with numerous Fortune 500 clients.


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