WIM Denver – Strategies for Managing Conflict and Difficult Conversations
JOIN US FOR A SESSION WITH MAUREEN BREEZE OF CULTIVAGE TO DISCUSS CRITICAL SKILLS FOR MANAGING CONFLICT IN THE WORKPLACE.
Hosted by Brooks & Nelson, LLC
In this session, you’ll learn what the current research says about women and conflict in the workplace and why managing conflict is a critical skill for women leaders. You’ll leave the session with a better understanding of:
- Your default conflict management style
- When to adopt different approaches to conflict
- Strategies for handling difficult conversations
Maureen Breeze is a principal at Cultivage and a sought-after executive coach supporting leaders across industries including private equity, medicine, law, consumer goods, manufacturing, and mining technology. In addition, she is the co-founder of Retreat Reinvent Recharge, an organization dedicated to women’s career advancement and transitions. Maureen is the author of three books and has facilitated trainings in Germany, Mexico, Spain, Switzerland, China, and throughout the US. She also serves as an adjunct professor for the University of Denver’s Center for Professional Development. She received her undergraduate degree from Claremont McKenna College where she studied International Management and Mathematics, and she studied dance in the graduate program at UCLA.
Cultivage is a professional development firm that helps individuals and organizations cultivate talent and create opportunities. With internationally recognized assessments and research backed methods, Cultivage provides coaching, training and professional development solutions to boost engagement and positively impact your bottom line.