Pirate Career Cast

Pirate Career Casts are interactive Webcasts facilitated by industry experts. You will have the opportunity to gain insights, engage in discussion, and get answers to your questions on a different topic each month.

"Preventing and Resolving Conflicts in the Workplace"

This presentation will help people understand what causes conflict in the workplace, and will cover the five main styles of conflict resolution. Participants will learn how to adapt the conflict resolution process for all types of conflicts, and also understand techniques to use to prevent conflict. Essential communication tools and their impact on preventing and resolving conflicts will be covered as well as basic anger and stress management techniques.
Presented by:
Shawn Condon
ECU Human Resources

Wednesday, January 9, 2013
12:00-1:00 p.m.

Looking for information to help you in your career? Then participate in a Pirate Career Cast. These interactive Web casts offer useful, timely, and practical career advice from career experts—all from the comfort of your home or office.


Pirate Career Casts are complimentary for members of the Alumni Association and $10 for non-members.

When you register for a session, you will be given a Web address to access the Webcast on the day of your session. A PowerPoint presentation will be included in your session for reference. 

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