10:30 a.m. – 11:15 a.m.
Reset Conflict in the Workplace: A Framework for Rebooting Relationships
Sponsored by Furst Group & NuBrick Partners
Has your computer ever gone haywire, and no matter what buttons you pushed or programs you ran you just couldn’t get it to work correctly? Finally, you call the help desk, and their solution is to reboot and start over.
Work relationships can be the same - sometimes they need a reboot. Over time, what we do and say can erode our relationships. When you spend so much time with co-workers, it’s inevitable that conflict will arise.
Sometimes, you simply need a reset. Reset discussions are not meant to fix problems, but rather, mend the relationship and establishing a better rapport moving forward.
During this mini-workshop, we will walk through a reset discussion and provide you actionable takeaways that you can apply right away, including:
The skills you need for effective reset discussions – curiosity, empathy, and vulnerability
Cultural barriers to resetting
A framework for you to reboot relationships
Furst Group & NuBrick Partners
Sherrie has helped boards and CEOs recruit, develop, and retain their leadership teams for more than 30 years. Sherrie’s expertise around leadership and creating optimal boards and C-suites has made her an in-demand partner for organizations across the U.S. and overseas. Sherrie co-founded Furst Group in 1991 and is a seasoned speaker and writer on leadership, diversity, and healthcare. Her experience in executive search and leadership consulting enables her to provide sound counsel as she helps clients align their leadership teams.
Joe Mazzenga has a strong history as a consultant in building effective executive teams through leadership development and assessment, executive team performance, talent management, succession planning, and talent alignment amid organizational and cultural change. He has more than 30 years of experience in leadership development and strategy implementation, helping Fortune 500 clients optimize their talent.
Joe serves as an executive consultant and coach to board members, CEOs, physician executives and chairs, and C-suite executives on matters pertaining to board relations, leadership development, talent management, and enterprise-wide leadership and change. He has taught on Change Management at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.