Find Time, Recharge Your Energy, & Resolve Conflict

2023wed23aug(aug 23)2:00 pmthu24(aug 24)3:30 pmFind Time, Recharge Your Energy, & Resolve ConflictVirtual 2-Part Workshop2:00 pm - 3:30 pm (24) Event TagsStress and Conflict

Event Details

Virtual 2-Part Series

Session #1: 
Wednesday, August 23
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

Session #2: 
Thursday, August 24
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM


Conflict is any situation in which your concerns or desires differ from those of another person, the demands of the job/project, or the needs of a situation. It causes a giant time-drain and abundant stress. Many try to avoid situations of conflict and others want to ram their way through it. Understanding your default conflict style can show you how to make the most of each situation and use these times of conflict as learning and success opportunities. Resolving conflict is an opportunity to transform a situation into something better, gaining energy, stopping the drainage of time, and maybe even promoting better internal/external relationships.

Learning Objectives

  1. Learn five conflict styles: competing, collaborating, compromising, accommodating and avoiding
  2. Become more aware of your own conflict style and recognize conflict styles of others
  3. Assess conflict situations – what’s causing stress, time drain, energy drain – in the situation
  4. Identify the impact of your conflict style on time and stress management
  5. Practice using a 7-Step Model for Conflict Resolution, gaining back energy and time while resolving the conflict

This program is ideal for:  anyone

Cost: Free for SLA Members. $250 non-member. $200 nonprofits.

Individuals who are either unemployed or connected with an employer who is unable to pay can request scholarships for any of our programs.

About Our Facilitator

Susan Rozzi (pronounced Row Z) is the president and owner of Rozzi & Associates, a leadership and organizational development firm focusing on leadership development, emotional intelligence insight and career management. Susan has a passion for unleashing the potential for greatness in good leaders and believes each person has a unique way of leading. She reminds her clients that great leadership skills are a product of time, practice and focused development. What makes Susan different is her observant approach and ability to speak grace with candor.


August 23, 2023 2:00 pm - August 24, 2023 3:30 pm