Conflict Resolution: Why Can't Everybody Just Get Along? (CM)

The economic environment is challenging and creating stress among our employees, lawyers and staff. Add to that problem the already-stressful legal environment that’s just part of firm life, and you have fertile ground for conflict. Learn how legal administrators can find ways to manage difficult situations and difficult people to create an environment that supports and strengthens agreement among employees. Learning objectives:

  • Analyze situations that give rise to conflict among coworkers
  • Identify and apply strategies to foster communications within your law firms
  • Recognize situational challenges and opportunities in which you can use coaching and mediation models to achieve win-win results

Speaker:

Radiology, Ltd Rachel Schaming, ALA Past President, is the Director of Human Resources for Radiology, Ltd., a 500-employee medical entity in Tucson, AZ. Schaming has more than 25 years of human resources experience in law firm administration. She teaches conflict resolution, change management design, culture analysis, and performance management, and is certified in corporate coaching.



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Date Presented:
March 16, 2011 2:00 PM Eastern
Length:
2 hours
Conflict Resolution: Why Can't Everybody Just Get Along? (CM)
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