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    Conflict Resolution

    Date: February 28, 2017, 11:30am – 1:00pm
    Sponsored by: Profile by Sanford
    Holiday Inn - Rushmore Plaza Civic Center
    Meeting Room: Black Hills Ballroom
    505 N. 5th St
    Rapid City, SD 55701
    $25 for non-members, $15 for members
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    Please join us as we welcome Leah Braun from the Harney Business Group.

    What you'll learn: Conflict in the workplace is inevitable.  Learning what it stems from and how to manage it will make for a much happier and productive work environment.  In this seminar, Leah will share views, characteristics, and sources of conflict.  You will learn how to identify functional versus dysfunctional conflict.  Most importantly, you will take away strategies for managing conflict.

    Register & pay in 2 easy steps:

    • Click here to register for this event. REGISTRATION closes for this event on Sunday, February 26, 2017 at 11:59pm BUT meal selection deadline is Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at 11:59pm. **Please note that if you register for the meeting after the meal selection deadline, you will not be guaranteed a meal.  
    • Click here to pay online by credit card for this event.  You may also choose to pay via credit card or by check at the door.  Cash NOT accepted.

    About the speaker: Leah Braun is principle of Harney Business Group.  They provide customized consulting, training, and coaching to businesses, organizations, and individuals to help them reach the next level.  Leah has coached many clients through a variety of professional and personal issues.  She conducts seminars and retreats throughout South Dakota in a wide array of topics ranging from customer service to generational differences in the work place.  Leah retired from the South Dakota National Guard after 22 years of service, where she began to hone her skill and passion for working with people.  She has a teaching degree form Black Hills State University and a Master's of Science in Administrative Studies with an emphasis in Counseling from the University of South Dakota.  Leah and her husband, Adam, have been married for 23 years; have 3 busy children; and are very active in the community.