Right vs. Right: Tools to Voice Your Values in Conflict
Can you identify your core values? Can (or do) you voice your values when push comes to shove? Are your actions consistent with what you say is important?
Our values are often one visible reflection of who we are. And yet, these same values are often the root of many of the conflicts we experience in organizations. When dealing with a values-based conflict, the choices are often right vs right – i.e., there is frequently no wrong answer, but there are certainly different shades of right. From the proverbial “risk many to save one” or “risk one to save many” dilemma to the more mundane “respect of goodies in the workplace kitchen,” right vs. right values conflicts are commonplace in our daily work lives.
Participants in this workshop will
- Identify their personal conflict styles, and understand what that means in relation to other styles
- Learn to recognize value-based conflict situations
- Discover options for re-framing these conflict situations
- Acquire a toolkit to support future thinking and action in value-based conflict
Who should attend
- Senior leaders
- HR managers
- Training and Development professionals
- Team leaders
- Team members
- Individual contributors
- Teachers and coaches
DIRECTIONS TO THE PRESIDIO INSTITUTE
Building 1202, Dining Room
1201 Ralston Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94129
Where you want to end up: Fort Scott is the area of the Presidio where the Presidio Institute is located. If you choose to drive, there is an overflow parking lot at the corner of Kobbe and Upton streets. This lot is one block from Building 1202. Please let us know ahead of time if you will drive so that we can arrange for a parking pass for the day.
Presidigo Shuttle in the park: There is a free shuttle from the Transit Center on the Main Post of the Presidio. Choose the “Crissy Field” route shuttle. It leaves on the hour and the half hour from the Main Post and takes approximately 10 minutes to arrive at the Presidio Institute. Let the driver know that you would like to get off at the Presidio Institute.