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Managing Conflict on Project Teams

Description
As a project leader you need to be able to distinguish between when conflict is healthy and when it’s damaging to relationships and productivity. In this course, authored by Cornell Instructor Robert Newman, you’ll learn to identify various causes and sources of conflict and learn to foster healthy disagreement within a project team.
Activity ID
CEPL505_6E
Duration
6.00 Hours
Language
English
Activity Type
Course or Training
Customized Training
No
Provider
eCornell
Provider Contact
Ms. Heidi Makela
+1607 330-3218 (phone)
607 257-0916 (fax)
hmakela@ecornell.com
Website
http://www.ecornell.com
Professional Development Units
  • Technical
    0.00 PMI-ACP®
    0.00 PfMP®
    0.00 PMI-PBA®
    0.00 PMP®
    0.00 PgMP®
    0.00 PMI-SP®
    0.00 PMI-RMP®
  • Leadership
    5.00 PMI-ACP®
    5.00 PfMP®
    5.00 PMI-PBA®
    5.00 PMP®
    5.00 PgMP®
    5.00 PMI-SP®
    5.00 PMI-RMP®
  • Strategic & Business
    1.00 PMI-ACP®
    1.00 PfMP®
    1.00 PMI-PBA®
    1.00 PMP®
    1.00 PgMP®
    1.00 PMI-SP®
    1.00 PMI-RMP®
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Activity Content

Audience Level
Mixed
Learning Objectives
Learners who complete this course will be able to: Identify causes and sources of conflict Manage conflict in a way that allows the best idea to win Recognize when conflict is damaging and when it’s helpful Identify strategies to address the conflicts and problems that arise from typical errors Use strategies to foster healthy disagreement within the team

Contact Information for this Activity

Contact Name
Heidi Makela
E-mail Address
hmakela@ecornell.com
Phone
6073303218
Fax
Not provided

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