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Crucial Steps for Conflict Confidence
February 5 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pmFree
This workshop is for women living with disability, delivered through the Y Connect Project.
Conflict is an unavoidable part of both our personal and professional lives. Having the skills to resolve conflict and deal with difficult people can increase your confidence, impact and influence.
If you’ve been quiet when you wanted to speak up, avoided conflict or settled for less than you wanted, join us for a workshop on ‘Conflict Confidence’ covering:
- Conflict unpacked
- Negotiation tips and tricks in critical conversations
- Remaining centred under pressure
- How to stay concise and stay in control
- The do’s and don’ts of dealing with difficult and demanding people
Gain insight into the skills to manage difficult situations and be the positive difference when courageous leadership is needed. Through this workshop you will learn about:
- Regaining control: how to turn fear into courage when you need to step up and speak up.
- Reducing conflict: recognising and understanding how to respond to difficult personalities.
- Remaining resilient: mindfulness and self-care strategies that really work to remain calm and solution focused.
About the Facilitator
Elizabeth Williamson is a mental health social worker, counsellor and conflict skills consultant who is passionate about helping women develop ‘Conflict Confidence’ to step up to the difficult situations we all like to dodge. With over 30 years experience in helping people from all walks of life develop better relationships, in business, family and personal life.
Elizabeth walks her talk – literally – when it comes to thought leadership on how to turn conflict into creative opportunities to build better relationships. She has experienced spinal cord damage, paralysis and trauma, getting through life using humour and candour.
Elizabeth will show you how to think outside the square in confronting circumstances. You can create more peace in your world, one conversation, at a time.
The Y Connect Project is funded by the National Disability Insurance Agency.
YWCA Australia’s Adelaide office is an accessible building with a ramped entrance and an accessible bathroom. Refreshments will be served on the night.
For any questions, accessibility or dietary requirements, contact Belle on (call or text) 0437 650 946 or email@example.com.