General Membership Luncheon - Top Communication Mistakes When Dealing with Upset Colleagues and Friends

General Membership Luncheon - Top Communication Mistakes When Dealing with Upset Colleagues and Friends
. Please Note --> This is a Past Event!! .

Date: 12/21/2015
Time: 11:30 AM TO 1:00 PM

DoubleTree by Hilton Lisle Naperville
3003 Corporate West Dr.
Lisle, IL 60532

Sponsored by:
Catholic Education Foundation

Conflict is an inevitable part of any relationship at work or at home. In fact, a team or relationship without conflict is a team without passion. All relationships must have conflict. However, if done correctly, positive conflict can lead to greater creativity, closer relationships and greater results. When done incorrectly, negative conflict can lead to poor morale, passive-aggressive behaviors, dysfunctional relationships, poor performance, a miserable culture and even legal issues. In this session we will focus on helping people avoid common communication mistakes that lead to negative conflict.

In this interactive session participants will:
-Learn the most common mistakes that people make when communicating with each other
-Gain insight into ways to diffuse angry and difficult individuals
-Identify key ways avoid negative conflict
-Explore sources of organizational conflict
-Gain insight into multiple interpersonal factors that create conflict
-Practice a conflict conversation model that diffuses upset individuals
-Explore how to turn conflict into collaboration
-Identify conflict situations in their life where they could practice this model

All participants will leave equipped to handle personal conflict situations at home and at work.

About the Speaker:
Dr. Tim Ursiny, founder of Advantage Coaching & Training Inc., is a speaker and certified business coach specializing in helping individuals reach peak performance and life satisfaction. His areas of expertise include communication skills, team building, leadership, coaching skills and top performance in times of change.

He received his undergraduate degree from Wheaton College and his doctorate in psychology from Northern Illinois University. He is the member of the International Coach Federation and the Worldwide Association of Business Coaches.

He has published several videos and books on the topics of coaching, conflict resolution, and confidence in the workplace. His book, The Coward’s Guide to Conflict is in its fourth printing and has been translated into six foreign languages. Other books include The Confidence Plan: How to Build a Stronger You, Coaching the Sale and The Top Performer’s Guide series including The Top Performer’s Guide to Conflict, The Top Performer’s Guide to Change, The Top Performer’s Guide to Speeches and Presentations and The Top Performer’s Guide to Attitude, and  Tough Times Tactics.  He is currently finishing Soft Souls Living in a Harsh World.

Do you attend the General Membership Luncheon every month? We offer a discount for a year-long registration. Receive 10% off your registration when you sign-up for the whole year. Select the 'Year-Long Chamber Member Registration' option at sign-up and you will then be registered for the entire year. Please note: this registration is non-refundable, if you are unable to attend a month your registration can be transfered to a different attendee.

The Chamber's monthly General Membership Luncheon is an opportunity to network with hundreds of fellow Chamber Members and for hearing discussion on topics of interest to the business community. Previous presenters include United States National Security Advisor James L. Jones, motivational expert Steve Beck, former Illinois Governor Jim Edgar, US Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Thomas Donohue, noted futurist Rebecca Ryan, and Naperville Mayor, A. George Pradel who presented the annual State of the City address.

 For more information on sponsorship email Brianna Belgio, Events Manager or call (630) 544-3377.

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(630) 355-4141

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