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How to Confront Without a Fight! Business conflict strategies by Nik Nikkel

How to Confront Without A Fight!  Business Conflict Strategies
  By Nik Nikkel

Most of us are sissies when it comes to confrontation.  We ignore conflict that needs to be addressed and let it fester.  After a problem persists long enough, we finally attack the other person with anger, even rage.  The results are resentment, devastated moral, and, as a bonus, the problem continues.  Join us Wednesday, September 14 as Nik Nikkel will give the fundamentals of seeing conflict and confrontation as an opportunity to grow your business and yourself. 

You'll Discover...

- Confrontation is a good thing.

- Conflicts are opportunities.

- Procrastination is the main reason conflicts can become fights. 

- Avoid the False Attribution Error.

- End with a plan.

Cost:  Free with just a purchase from the menu (approx. $12).

About Nik

Nik Nikkel is a graduate of Georgetown University.  He is the only consultant in CO who focuses on the “sweet spot” of employee engagement in three main areas – the person, the people and the process.  Nik has 40+ years of experience in a wide spectrum of industries involving human performance improvement, process improvement, employee selection, development and retention.  He specializes in identifying communication, performance, and leadership strengths in business as well as individuals.

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  • Dru S.

    Nik's insights are always helpful to everyone who attends. This topic was a bit different and brought people out to learn how to work through those awkward, difficult conversations that are either easy to avoid or easy to blow up. Nik gave us a good alternative and an easy path to follow.

    September 15, 2011

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