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Keys To Relationship Success in the Workplace

  • Oct 8, 2013 · 9:00 AM
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At SFPCN, we develop our strategy to market ourselves to prospective employers and polish our personal branding. And then soon, we will be back working, with people we don’t yet know. Let’s make it successful!

No matter your job or your workplace, knowing how to have effective work relationships is a must. 

If you are an employee, the relationship you have with your boss and co-workers will determine your job satisfaction, your ability to accomplish your goals, and your pay increases and promotions. If you are a contractor, the relationship will be critical when it comes time to renew your contract or bring you on as an employee.

Not everyone at work is a highly-skilled relater. We all have encountered angry and abusive bosses, hostile coworkers, people who aren't accountable for their actions, and people who get critical or defensive or refuse to resolve interpersonal conflicts. Fortunately, you don't have to be one of them. 

Effective relationship skills can be learned. In this fun and very informative presentation, we will learn strategies to: 

• Deal with a host of workplace relationship difficulties

• Support your career development

• Bring added benefits to your personal relationships as well.

Join us this Tuesday.

About Our Speaker

Winifred M Reilly, M.A., MFT, is a psychotherapist specializing in marital and relationship issues with a private practice in Berkeley CA. She is valued for her positive yet practical approach to the inevitable challenges of relationships, whether personal or in the workplace, believing that even the most troubled relationships can be repaired through proper guidance, encouragement, and hard work. 

Ms Reilly has been has been interviewed as a relationship expert by The New York Times and Web MD, is a guest lecturer on relationships, marriage and sexuality, has written guest blogs, and has made numerous radio appearances. She is currently completing a book about how unilateral change can bring a troubled marriage back from the brink.

Follow her blog Speaking of Marriage.

Program Schedule

We begin networking at 900am. The program begins at 930am and finishes by 1100am. You are welcome to stay and network with the speaker and your peers up to 1130am.

$2.00 donation requested.

Mass Transit and Parking

The BART 16th & Mission station is a short two block walk from our location. The MUNI Market & Church Street station is four blocks away.

Inexpensive parking can be found at the Hoff Street Garage, 42 Hoff Street, San Francisco.

Valencia Gardens' parking is restricted to its residents. Parking within its lot by non residents will result in your vehicle being towed at your expense. 

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Thank you the encouraging comments. I went to a company job fair today and performed well through two rounds of interviewing. I've been invited for a third and final round. Yay! I will keep you posted!

    October 9, 2013

    • John H.

      Mucho Coolo (in my best Spanish).

      October 9, 2013

  • Beth B V.

    Thanks so much for all the great insights.

    October 8, 2013

  • Leslie B.

    Loved it! Practical, simple but with no implication that it's easy. Helped me take a look at myself and what I have control over, which is me and my behavior. I can not be reminded of this too often.

    October 8, 2013

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