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Conflict Resolution 101

Conflict Resolution 101

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Avoiding conflict does not mean conflict is resolved. The ability to address tough situations head-on and communicate effectively will not only make you a better coworker, but could lead to both personal and professional growth. Learn everything you need to know about resolving conflict in this live Q&A with Sharon Ray, Chief People Officer at Solstice!

In this chat, you'll also have the opportunity to ask Sharon about how to start a career at Solstice

You asked, she's answering:

  • What steps should I be taking to resolve conflicts at work? 
  • I feel like my team is always combatting my ideas - how do I address this? 
  • As a manager, how can I help my team address conflict better? 
  • & more!

MEET THE SPEAKER: 

Sharon Ray has been in Human Resources for over 25 years. She has spent time in large organizations such as Kraft Foods for 15 years and small to medium technology companies in the last 11 years. Currently she is serving as the Chief People Officer at Solstice.

ABOUT SOLSTICE

Solstice, part of Kin + Carta, is a digital innovation firm that helps Fortune 500 companies seize new opportunities through world-changing digital solutions. We’re strategists, researchers, designers, and engineers hell-bent on changing the way the world does business. We’re headquartered in Chicago and have delivery offices in New York, London, and Buenos Aires.

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