We don’t always get to choose the people we work with, nor the circumstances. We do, however, get to choose how we handle the relationships with the people we work with and how we manage the circumstances. No matter how talented, gifted, or experienced, and no matter what role we serve or title we carry, our level of success is not measured based on the work we produce; it is measured based on the relationships we build.
The pandemic has presented even greater challenges towards managing conflict and building relationships, by limiting engagement and face-to-face interactions, and causing uncertainty and anxiety. During these times of disruption and uncertainty, this is an opportunity for professionals to recalibrate how we manage relationships.
Join the Future Leaders of Yale, Yale Latino Networking Group, and Yale African American Affinity Group for an interactive event with professional development consultant, business author, and keynote speaker Eric Williamson.
Attendees will acquire the necessary tools to confidently navigate today’s changing environment, by managing conflict and cultivating stronger, more meaningful relationships with the people they work with and serve. This program builds a bridge to providing a greater workplace experience by providing better support, guidance, and engagement, so that you can thrive in a new workplace era.
The first 50 people to register will receive a free signed copy of Eric Williamson’s book - How to Work with Jerks: Getting Stuff Done with People You Can’t Stand.