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"Harnessing Power and Conflict in the Workplace" Members - $32, Guests - $45

When: Wednesday, January 24, 2018
7:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Where: Manufacturer's Golf & Country Club
511 Dreshertown Road
Ft. Washington, Pennsylvania  19034
United States
Presenter: Clymer Bardsley, The Bardsley Group
Contact: Maureen Waddington

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Human Capital Management 


Wednesday, January 24, 2018

7:30 AM - 10:00 Am 

Manufacturer's Golf & Country Club


Harnessing Power and Conflict in the Workplace


Did you know:

Ø  1 out of 2 professionals feel like their boss does not respect them

Ø  40% of the average manager’s workday is spent stuck in conflict

Ø  It costs anywhere from 200% to 400% to replace high level talent

These statistics are real because people in the workplace do not harness the energy of conflict for useful and productive ends.  They tend to get into their default conflict resolution mindsets instead, which escalate situations or allow them to stagnate and then explode.

In this session, you will be introduced to a methodology of shifting from your chronic mindset to strategic and adaptive behaviors of engaging with your colleagues up and down the organizational chart.  After some introductory remarks, we will look at a case study and do some roleplaying.  You will leave with evidence-based tactics to employ beginning when you get to work that day.

Clymer Bardsley is the President and Founder of The Bardsley Group, an advisory practice dedicated to improving the problem-solving skills of individuals at work and at home, so they can increase their productivity and improve their performance.  Clymer has been a conflict resolution trainer since 2008 and has developed his own impactful style and series of workshops, empowering clients to build skills in a safe and friendly environment. His goal is to guide his clients’ approach and management of conflicts they are currently grappling with and to give them the tools necessary to handle future dysfunction, as well.

Clymer mediates for Pennsylvania’s Office for Dispute Resolution, Philadelphia Family Court, and the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. He is a faculty member at both Temple University’s School of Education and the Morton Deutsch International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution at Columbia University’s Teacher’s College.

Clymer is also Of Counsel with Petrelli, Previtera, and Schimmel, a family law firm with its headquarters in Philadelphia. 




$32 Members,  $45 Guests

Guests may register by calling Beacon at 215-393-3144

Hot Buffet Breakfast Included!