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LEAD to Succeed Online Training - Conflict Style Inventory (8/1/23 @ 6 PM EST)

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Description


Conflict is common in the workplace and is something many of us look to avoid but having the proper tools to deal with conflict can make all the difference when it eventually arises. This 1- hour training explores five different conflict management styles and how each is used to approach difficult conversations with coworkers and/or stakeholders. This training will provide participants with effective tools to approach conflict in the workplace to achieve more positive outcomes. Two LEAD trainers will go through activities and provide information on how to better understand your conflict style and those around you.

CEU Information
Key Area 3000: Administration
Key Topic 3400: Human Resources & Staff Training
Key Sub-Topic 3410: Understand and apply human resource management practices.
1 SNA CEU upon completion of the LEAD Evaluation.

This session will be live only and will not be recorded. Both LEAD sessions happening on 8/1/23 at 3 pm ET/12 pm PT and 6 pm ET/3 pm PT are the same session. Please only sign up for one 8/1/23 session. If the 3 pm ET/12 pm PT session works better for your schedule, please register here.

Looking for more LEAD training? SNF will be hosting additional training on Listening Habits on 8/3/23 at 3 pm ET & 6 PM ET.

Additionally, check out LEAD's self-paced online training where you can earn over 15 CEUs.

If you have any questions, please reach out to education@schoolnutrition.org.

Contributors

  • Carolyn Thomas, SNS

    Carolyn Thomas (SNS) is the Child Nutrition Consultant for the Macomb ISD in Michigan, working with 31 local school districts in Macomb and St. Clair counties providing support, assistance, training, leadership development, and guidance for their School Nutrition departments. She also coordinates the School Nutrition programs for the ISD's 8 special needs schools. Carolyn holds an MBA from the University of Detroit Mercy, and also holds her School Nutrition Specialist (SNS) credential through SNA, and her Child Nutrition Director (CND) credential through the Michigan School Business Officials. She is an instructor in the School Nutrition Association of Michigan Professional Development Training Program and the SNAM Leadership Academy and is the past President for the School Nutrition Association of Michigan.

  • Kathy Talley

    Kathy Talley is a proud West Virginia educator with a Master's degree in Vocational Home Economics. She has taught for 20 years in public schools and 20 years as the Nutrition Education and Training Coordinator of our West Virginia Department of Education. Kathy continues her teaching career as an adjunct faculty for several state universities, and enjoys working with the school nutrition personnel that are such a vital part of the school day, as well as going into the classroom and giving children the opportunity to learn about healthy eating through fun activities. Kathy is a Master Gardener and has worked in her home county in the elementary school Garden Based Learning program, introducing children to growing their food and then eating it in various recipes they help prepare. Kathy has one daughter, a son-in-law and two beautiful grandchildren. Her hobbies include gardening, weaving, and quilting.

August 1, 2023
Tue 6:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 0M

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