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This event has been rescheduled from Wednesday, March 21st to Tuesday, April 10th. Learn about polarities in both your professional and personal lives, and how to best manage them.
Due to inclement weather, this workshop has been postponed from Wednesday, March 21st to Tuesday, April 10th. Questions? Contact Caitlin Fisher at [email protected].
Too often as managers and leaders we find ourselves faced with seemingly impossible decisions or stuck between conflicting goals. Do we sacrifice cost or quality to move forward? This tension, between two positions that appear to be opposites, is called polarity. Join us for an interactive session on April 10th learn techniques of polarity management, workshop real-world examples with peers and learn how to take on your next difficult decision with confidence.
Consider the following:
These are all polarities. We encounter them in organizations, where staff or leaders feel caught between conflicting goals. We often encounter them in our family, and in teams that we work with. In health care and other organizations, the attempts to improve quality are seen to drive up cost, so they switch to focusing on managing cost. How do you attend to both? How do you help team members and leaders manage this tug of poles? How do you manage the poles in your own work?
Who will benefit from this workshop?
Middle manager or leaders who
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