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Professional Development Series: "Addressing Conflict in Teams" with Joy Das

Event Type
Professional Development
Research Park
EnterpriseWorks, 60 Hazelwood Drive
Jul 9, 2024   12:00 - 1:00 pm  
Bryan Goode
Originating Calendar
Research Park Events

Join us on Tuesday, July 9 from 12:00 to 1:00 PM for our "Addressing Conflict in Teams" in the EnterpriseWorks Atrium.

Recognizing the importance of conflict in personal and professional relationships is a key skill in teamwork. In this workshop, we explore how conflict often arises and how it can be an opportunity for change and greater understanding. We will help students assess their personal conflict management technique and learn strategies to build their conflict management skills. 

 All Research Park events are free; however, registration is required to ensure that we have adequate seating and food for all participants:

About the Speaker: Joy Das (she/hers) has been an Assistant Director at the Illinois Leadership Center since 2022, where she develops and facilitates workshops on leadership skills and leads new projects for the Center. Prior to coming to Illinois, she taught community engaged leadership at Cornell University and worked in local governments across the United States. She has a Masters in Public Administration from Cornell University and a Bachelors in Political Science from Wellesley College.

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