Learn how to use conflict management tools to resolve disputes within your department. See a sample of the online training below.
Learn how to manage and resolve a variety of conflicts within your department and institution. You will be introduced to a number of practical tools that can be used to address conflict in its earliest stages to manage it before it becomes a formal dispute. You will see a number of common conflict scenarios in higher ed and see how specific dispute resolution tools can help you:
Our speaker, Kathleen Rinehart, is a consultant, legal counsel, facilitator, and conflict coach for colleges and universities across the country. You will learn proven communication tools to manage departmental conflict, no matter what area of campus you work within.
Faculty Civility and Academic Freedom: Protecting the Workplace while Preserving Academic CultureYou may also be interested in this related online training during which you will learn how to address civility issues within your faculty, without violating academic freedom. Save $50 when you register for both online trainings.
This online training is appropriate for all supervisors in higher education. We will discuss conflict and situations that arise not only within departments, but across campus.
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After participating in this online training, you will be able to use conflict management tools in appropriate ways to help resolve disputes on campus.
Kathleen serves as General Counsel and Secretary of the Corporation for Saint Xavier University. In addition to her work at the University, Kathleen serves as a consultant, facilitator and conflict coach for colleges and university across the country, assisting them with the implementation of supervisory best practices and communication tools to effectively manage departmental and other campus conflict. She serves as Of Counsel at Franczek Radelet, P.C. in Chicago and as a principal in Conflict Consultants Network, LLC, with a focus on the design of dispute resolution systems for use in higher education.
Kathleen is a featured speaker on higher education and dispute resolution issues at numerous local, regional and national seminars. She served on NACUA's Board of Directors (2005-2008). Prior to her legal career, Ms. Rinehart was an educator and Master Teacher at New Trier High School in Winnetka, IL., and served as the law clerk to Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice (Ret.), Janine P. Geske.
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