...increasing personal effectiveness
Its in the headlines of USAToday. Its in the conversations you have with
people. You see it on the roads. You hear it on the news. CONFLICT.
From where does it come? Why
do people choose to use conflict as their means
to solve problems? What triggers a pattern of
behavior that is out of my control and limits my ability to be effective? Are we locked
into these behavior patterns?
Together we will probe into these questions and find the keys that
will allow us to become more effective in our lives and choiceful when solving problems.
equip ourselves with conflict resolution skills
a way that creates a desire to shift from reactive to controlled behaviors
that personal effectiveness in resolving problems increases.
the end of this session:
given a problematic situation, resolution flow-maps and an awareness of personal
intervention can be designed
that the problem is resolved and people have increased spirit and will.
art of Winning
art of Resolving
art of Applying
"This workshop has been attended by over 450 people. Come and join our learning community," Alden B. Davis
Alden B. Davis
by colleagues and friends as a Corporate Plumber, Alden designs, orchestrates
and leads large-scale institutional change through-out United Technologies, global
supplier of propulsion systems, elevators, helicopters, air conditioners, fuel cells and
aerospace systems. His global expertise in
leading accelerated change processes is currently focused on creating organizational
models to demonstrate best-in-class material flow and work systems, collaborative
labor/management relations, large-scale, inclusive processes for resolving site-wide
policy issues, -E strategic planning, acquisition assimilation and unmatched EHS
performance. As a conference speaker and
workshop leader he has presented for Ecology of Work, Goal QPC, Automation Forum, Lean
Aerospace Initiative, Connecticut Quality Conference and Crusade.