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Overview

The objective of this class is to help personnel better understand and define conflict and how to take steps to resolve disagreements. A conflict is a turning point during which an individual struggles to attain some psychological quality. Conflict can occur between groups, such as management and the labor force, or between whole departments.

Conflict could be referred to as a psychosocial crisis; this can be a time of both vulnerability and strength, as the individual works toward success or failure.

 
The goal to settling a disagreement is by transferring ideas through good communication skills. This brief training is an abbreviated training that could and should be used for big as well as small businesses as well as schools and church organization.  Synergy in the workplace takes place when people come together to make a greater impact than they would separately. Synergy results in high productivity, efficiencies and accountability.

The power of forgiveness is key to creating synergy and resolving conflict because to forgive is a conscious decision not a feeling! It’s a combination of thoughts, actions and emotions. We will discuss the following points of forgiveness:

  • What is forgiveness
  • What forgiveness is not
  • Forgiveness for Self
  • Forgiveness for Others

Our goal is to increase employee engagement throughout personnel by encouraging to work effectively together as a unit in order to achieve the overall mission of the section, company and/or organization. Our hope is to help our audience set personal goals that are attainable now and group goals that are aspirational for the future of the organization.

Why you should Attend

This training is designed to gain synergy between personnel within a work unit. The objective of this class is to help personnel better understand and define conflict and how to take steps to resolve disagreements. 

This brief training is an abbreviated training that could and should be used for big as well as small businesses as well as schools and church organization.  Synergy in the workplace takes place when people come together to make a greater impact than they would separately.  Synergy results in high productivity, efficiencies and accountability.

This can be achieved when company goals are set and everyone collaboratively sees the whole process through to completion.

Conflict may occur between co-workers, or between supervisors and subordinates, or between service providers and their clients or people in general but forgiveness starts with “I”.

Areas Covered in the Session

  • Define the Conflict
  • Accept the Conflict
  • Forgiveness Tips
  • Resolve the Conflict
  • Create Synergy

Who Will Benefit

  • Anyone & Everyone

Speaker Profile

Hiram and Gina White are Transformation Strategists who assist people in making a profound change to live their best life. They are a husband and wife team that gives a male and female perspective on life and living.

Hiram is a certified trainer in Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and has combined his passion for peak performance with his M.A. in Community Counseling, speaking about issues related to equity and inclusion, conflict resolution, career advancement, self esteem and impactful transformation.

Hiram has used his proven transformation strategies in his own life and career, becoming a leading Employee Assistance Professional certified in Critical Incident Stress Management Debriefing, Counselor, Adjunct Psychology Professor and government administrator. Gina is a human resource professional by trade; she spent years honing her expertise in strategic planning, organizational administration, leadership and personal enrichment. Gina has served as a featured speaker/presenter at events providing guidance on financial literacy, leadership, mentorship, diversity and human resource training.

Gina’s partnered with organizations to speak to groups on a variety of issues affecting women and youth, including goal setting, college preparation, self-esteem, relationships and career advisement.

Together, Hiram and Gina host the weekly T.H.A.T Life podcast discussing topics ranging from relationships, spirituality, education, career advancement and pop culture.