Wed, Jan 19 | Central Penn College-ATEC 200

Navigating Workplace Conflict & Resolution Utilizing the 5 L’s of Leadership w/ Steve Goble

Workplace conflict is inevitable when employees of various backgrounds and different work styles are brought together for a shared business purpose.
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Navigating Workplace Conflict & Resolution Utilizing the 5 L’s of Leadership w/ Steve Goble

Time & Location

Jan 19, 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM
Central Penn College-ATEC 200 , 600 Valley Rd, Summerdale, PA 17093

About The Event

Overview:

Workplace conflict is inevitable when employees of various backgrounds and different work styles are brought together for a shared business purpose. Conflict can—and should—be managed and resolved. With tensions and anxieties at an all-time high due to the current political divide and racial inequity discussions at work, the chances for workplace conflict have increased. 

Learn the approproate steps of how to handle workplace conflict and the employer's role—exercised by managers and HR professionals in the development of a workplace culture. 

Bio:

Steve Goble, CHBC

Certified Human Behavior Consultant

Certified Coach

717.682.3198

steve@thegoblegroup.com

www.thegoblegroup.com

Steve is the owner/CEO of the Goble Group, a talent and leadership development organization serving businesses, non-profits, and teams in Central PA and surrounding areas. He is passionate about helping people grow and solve problems. As an author, a Founding Partner of the John Maxwell Team, a Certified Coach, and a Certified Human Behavior Consultant, Steve was a 2017 ’40 Under 40’ recipient from the Central Penn Business Journal. Steve is also the co-host of the ‘A Dram of Leadership’ podcast, sharing leadership principles and action steps to improve yourself/team from leading business books. Steve currently resides in Lancaster County, PA with his family, where he enjoys petting other people’s dogs and a good pint of IPA or dram of whiskey. No, he and his family are not Amish.

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