Conflict is all around. In politics, our communities, our families and our organisations. There seems to be more that divides us than ever.
Research carried out by Forge Leadership Consultancy discovered that:
53% of millennial leaders feel only equipped to a medium or lesser level to deal with conflict.
69% have received no training in managing conflict at all.
How can we learn the tools and techniques that will transform the debate, and change the course of our relationships for good?
This unique, one day Conflict Transformation workshop – run by Forge Leadership Consultancy will help you and your team to pro-actively :
Identify sources of conflict in your relationships,
Identify the different levels of conflict, the language used and challenges involved
Identify the different approaches to conflict transformation required
Identify the common mistakes that leaders make in attempting to transforming conflict
Give you really practical tools to transform conflict
Give you tools to keep yourself healthy and motivated in the midst of conflict
When: 9.00am – 3.30pm; Friday 20th March 2020
Where: The Screening Room, 3 Chepstow Street, Manchester M1 5FW
Cost: Book by 29th Feb for discounted ticket price £65 plus booking fee. Light refreshments and lunch included.
Full price tickets on sale from 1st Mar £90 plus booking fee. For more details contact Pete Horlock
Registration: Online booking essential
About The Speaker
Simon Barrington is passionate about raising up a generation of leaders who are clear about their identity, have a strong sense of belief and a core inner strength that leads them to have extraordinary influence. He established Forge Leadership Consultancy in May 2017 with the aim of helping other people reach their full potential. His book Leading The Millennial Way was published in 2019. Prior to his work with Forge, Simon served as CEO of Samaritan’s Purse – an international relief and development organisation – for over 13 years. He has also enjoyed successful careers as a senior manager at British Telecom and working for the UK Government Cabinet Office.
“If you are serious about seeing culture transformed you need to read Leading The Millennial Way”
Patrick Regan OBE, Founder & CEO of Kintsugi Hope
GROW is part of the community support offered at Canada House for people who want to thrive in their work and do more good through their business.
Living or working in the city, with religious beliefs or none – all are welcome.
For more information contact: Pete Horlock
Event Price: Free