Conflict Resolution in the Workplace: Strategies to Speak Up
August 18 @ 12:00 - 14:00 CEST
In this event we will explore the value as well as the difficulties of speaking up.
We all have experienced how difficult it can be to speak up. It can be difficult to acknowledge or point out mistakes, share individual challenges or new ideas. When faced with injustice, or witnessing inappropriate behaviour or arguments, we sometimes stay quiet, despite an urgent feeling of wanting to speak up.
Speaking up is not easy. It can be challenging, uncomfortable and even risky. It requires a willingness to make yourself be seen and be vulnerable. At the same time, speaking up can be a gateway. Since we all have a unique perspective, our experiences and perceptions of reality are valuable. By sharing our perspective we are opening a room of possibilities. We enable us and the people around us to identify challenges, reflect on the status quo and create change.
Therefore we would like to share stories of failing to speak up and finding the path to grow into your own voice. Finally we like to map-out hands-on strategies that enable you to share your unique perspective with others.
This is an interactive session. Bring your thoughts, stories, concerns and share your perspective with us.
This event is free to attend, please register below.
Nora is the founder of PerspectiveXchange.
PerspectiveXchange supports passionate teams to resolve challenging situations and conflict with kindness and engagement. As a result of her work team members engage in vibrant perspective exchange, which enables them to tap into their unique human resources to multiply their problem solving ability and business results together. Nora is an experienced Conflict Coach and Mediator. She has the ability to navigate difficult conversations by setting the right frame and asking the right questions at the right time. She is a certified Mediator with a MSc in Leadership and Organisational Psychology from BI Norwegian Business School and a BA in Communication and Cultural Management from Zeppelin University in Germany.
Chris Hovde, is an urban monk who is passionate about his purpose to make people and robots fight together for a better society. His core values is to live integrative, equal and authentic.
He has broad business experience from various leadership positions and HR in large international companies such as Telia, IKEA and Varner Group, as well as the former CEO of an Oslo based healthcare clinic called Balder. He has been nominated for a number of awards for for his young leadership talent and online presence.
He is currently working as Global People Movement Lead at Telia Company, Chairman of the Board of Future Leaders Global and Made to Grow. He is the Founder of Regenerative Monks where he is an active speaker, community builder, facilitator, mentor, coach and advisor for everything from startups, to business leaders and youth.