Effective Communication and Conflict Resolution

Posted by on March 22, 2010

Chestnut Hill College announces the second in a series of free nonprofit capacity-building seminars, supported through funding from PHENND and Learn & Serve America.

“Effective Communication and Conflict Resolution”

April 8, 2010
8:30 am – 12:00 pm
Chestnut Hill College
Social Room, Fournier Hall

Presented by:
Steven Guerriero, Ph.D.
Dean of the School of Graduate Studies

Workshop participants will learn methods to:
-Understand the dynamics of interpersonal communication
-Learn skills to be more confident in handling challenging situations and people
-Improve our understanding, skills and knowledge of conflict resolution

Cost: Free, but advance registration required

Registration Deadline: April 2

Please follow this link to register: http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dG9WbUZaMEQ4SEY3eTVPT3VfeGNEUEE6MA

For more information please contact Ryan Murphy, Director of Service-Learning at murphyr@chc.edu or 215-248-7032.

Dr. Steven Guerriero is the Dean of the School of Graduate Studies at Chestnut Hill College. He has worked in graduate higher education for the last twenty years, most recently as Vice President for Academic Affairs for Antioch University New England. Dr. Guerriero has taught at the master’s and doctoral level in the areas of organizational theory and behavior, research and evaluation, leadership, group dynamics and conflict resolution. He has over thirty years of leadership experience in private and nonprofit organizations and regularly consults in the area of organization and systems change with a specific focus on leadership, strategic capacity building and sustainable development. He has served on numerous nonprofit boards.

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