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About This Webinar
Conflict with your work colleagues can be challenging, and it didn’t get any easier when we all started working from home. But the consequences of letting the conflict fester or grow can be even greater these days when we seem to be working more hours and juggling new responsibilities during a pandemic.

In this 30-minute workshop, conflict and workplace culture expert Jamie Notter will go over the two most important tools for having better conflict conversations so you can tackle your conflict head on and get to the more important things on your plate.

This workshop from AssociationSuccess.org is pre-recorded, but the live chat will be active, so hop on in with all your questions.
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Jamie Notter
Co-Founder and Culture Designer, Human Workplaces
Jamie is an author and culture designer at Human Workplaces, where he helps leaders drive growth and engagement by aligning workplace culture with growth and success. With 25 years of experience in conflict resolution, generations, and culture change, Jamie is also the author of three books — "Humanize," "When Millennials Take Over," and "The Non-Obvious Guide to Employee Engagement" — and holds a Master’s in conflict resolution from George Mason and a certificate in Organization Development from Georgetown, where he serves as adjunct faculty.
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