resolving workplace conflict

Workshop Overview

Changes in the workplace and workforce require that employees work better together. Cross functional teams, large scale projects, tighter budgets and increased responsibilities solidify the need for employees to effectively resolve conflicts. There is a need to effectively and efficiently collaborate with teammates, co-workers, vendors and customers.  

This workshop allows participants to discuss best practices for handling conflict, practice having difficult conversations, and create solutions for common workplace conflicts.

Available Dates:

November 12, 2019, 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama


Who Should Attend

This workshop is designed for employees seeking to work better with their team members, managers desiring to improve their leadership capabilities and anyone who has to work with others in any capacity.

Workshop Outline

Title Overview
Day 1
  • How to Effectively Resolve Workplace Conflict

  • Leading and Managing Teams through Conflict

  • Taking Ownership of YOUR Behavior

  • Build Confidence in Having Difficult Conversations

Workshop Leads

Angela Martin

Angela Martin

Angela Martin is a native of Greenville, SC and received her Bachelor’s Degree from Clark Atlanta University and her M.B.A. from Wake Forest University.  Her career began with S.A.L.E.S., Inc. where she created marketing campaigns for rental properties followed by 7 years at Michelin North America where she worked as Territory Manager in the Southern California and Las Vegas markets, then as a custom trainer at the North American headquarters in Greenville, SC.  She is currently Senior Talent Development Representative at Hunt Refining Company in Tuscaloosa where she manages professional development, succession planning and employee retention.  She is a Society of Human Resource Certified Professional, a certified facilitator, change management leader and instructional designer.  Ms. Martin is passionate about people living a full life and reaching their goals.