Friday, March 22, 2019, 1–2 EST
Facilitators: Esther Jordan, Kennesaw State University
We all experience conflict in our lives, in our educational development work and beyond. While some of us dread it and others thrive in it, there are principles from the literature in organizational psychology and conflict management that can make our conflict engagements more constructive. Dr. Esther Jordan, a certified mediator, will facilitate an interactive introduction to some of those principles, an opportunity to apply them to an educational development case, and guided reflection for application in our own contexts. While the emphasis in this webinar will be on conflict in educational development work, the principles apply to the rest of our lives as well.