Recorded live on LinkedIn on February 14, 2023 as a LinkedIn Live Event.
ABOUT THE PRESENTATION:
Do you cringe at the thought of conflict? Do you go to fight or flight?
This is normal. However, there is a way to see conflict as a good thing! What if I told you that there was a way to flip a conflict to become the foundation for opportunity? Distilled down from our multi-week course, we’ll focus on learning the process for effective negotiation that ensures positive outcomes. In the end, your view of conflict will change and in turn, your approach to conflict will provide the foundation for synergy between your team members.
Scott De Long, Ph.D. is an author, entrepreneur, speaker, and educator. He has recently released a book, “I Thought I Was A Leader…” which is a story filled with experience sharing, tips, lessons, and more related to his personal journey of transformational leadership. Learn more about the presenter, Scott De Long, Ph.D. by visiting http://scottdelong.net or https://lead2goals.com.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Scott De Long, Ph.D. is a successful entrepreneur and business owner. He is a lifelong learner and has achieved a Master’s Degree in Leadership Development and a Doctorate in Education with an emphasis on Leadership Studies. He has taken his passions for business, leadership, and education and combined them to focus on working with companies to help them achieve their goals through the development of their people before their practices. Scott is also the co-host of The CEO Podcast. This weekly podcast series where Scott and fellow entrepreneur/business owner, Vince Moiso, dive into the important business concepts and issues facing today’s business leaders.
LINKS TO LEARN MORE:
• Scott’s Full Bio: https://lead2goals.com/scott-de-long/
• Lead2Goals Website: https://lead2goals.com
• The CEO Podcast: http://thecepodcast.net
ADDITIONAL SUPPORTING CONTENT:
Podcast Episode 1.13 | Change the Conversation: How to Understand and Reframe Conflict | Listen Now
Podcast Episode 1.14 | Can You Hear Me Now? How Asking Questions and Simply Listening Can Resolve Conflict | Listen Now