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Negotiation & Conflict Resolution

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  • UserMartina Peskoller-Fuchs
  • ClockTuesday 09 November 2021, 19:00-20:30
  • HouseOnline.

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Avoid avoiding! In this workshop, we will explore together with Martina Peskoller-Fuchs (Ombudsperson at European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Germany):
  • ‘Avoid’ together with other strategies for dealing with conflicts
  • We will find out why ‘avoiding’ might better not be our ‘default’ strategy, especially when the conflict is between us and people we need to continue to interact with, so particularly at work!
  • Identify at least three ways to start to combat their own imposter chatter
  • ‘Cooperation’, instead, promises benefits on all fronts. Which understanding, attitude and approach will help us to be more ‘cooperative’ and make us and our surroundings, more successful in the long run, this is what we hope to take away

ALL WELCOME (all genders and non-STEMM).

Find out more and book here.

This workshop is part of the ‘Navigating Workplace Dynamics’ series 2021 – a 3-part workshop, click here to see the full workshop details in the series.

Martina Peskoller-Fuchs holds a Master of Law Degree from the University of Innsbruck, Austria. She worked in the legal and international environment for over a decade. After spending considerable time in war-torn regions and dealing with large-scale crimes while working for the International Criminal Court, she developed an interest in conflict prevention and alternative dispute resolution.

She is a trained and certified mediator, and worked as the ombudsperson for the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL). She is trained with extensive experience in coaching, NLP , communication and conflict resolution and meaning-centered psychotherapy by Viktor Frankl.

This talk is part of the Cambridge AWiSE series.

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