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Learn how to transform conflict into cooperation through collaborative problem solving at this one day workshop. For more information visit the event website.

When: Friday, October 12, 2018
9:00 AM
Where: 2000 Hamilton St.
Suite 301 Rodin Place
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  19130
United States
Contact: Good Shepherd Mediation Program
(215) 843-5413

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Tonic for A Toxic Workplace

Transforming Conflict into Cooperation Through Collaborative Problem Solving

How can you counteract the stress and aggravation caused by working in a toxic environment? What are some of the ways that you can cultivate a climate of cooperation and productivity?


Attend this upcoming workshop to learn practical solutions for addressing common workplace challenges.


DATE: Friday, October 12, 2018

TIME: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

VENUE: 2000 Hamilton Street, Suite 301 Rodin Place, Philadelphia, PA 19130

FEES: $200 OR $250 (with 7 substantive PA-CLE credits or NASW CEU) Discounts available for PCM members


This workshop offers organizational leaders the skills to transform workplace conflict into an opportunity to improve communication, strengthen relationships and cultivate a climate of cooperation and productivity. This workshop is about turning difficult situations to your advantage. It is an ideal session for executive directors, human resources personnel, managers, supervisors, team leaders, and coaches.




ABOUT YOUR TRAINER: Cheryl Cutrona, Esq. has been the Executive Director of the Good Shepherd Mediation Program for 27 years. She also teaches as an adjunct at the Temple University Klein School of Media and Communications. Cutrona sits on the Juvenile Restorative Conferencing Advisory Panel, the Board of Directors of the Association for Conflict Resolution Greater Delaware Valley Chapter, the Pennsylvania Bar Association ADR Committee (currently co-chair), the Philadelphia Bar Association Family Section ADR Committee (currently co-chair), the Philadelphia Bar Association Lawyer Fee Dispute Committee (currently co-chair), and the Editorial Board of Conflict Resolution Quarterly. She is the 2008 recipient of the Pennsylvania Bar Association Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee Sir Francis Bacon Dispute Resolution Award and was named Most Valuable Peacemaker by the Pennsylvania Council of Mediators in 2010. Cutrona holds a BA from Michigan State University, a Masters in Library Science from Wayne State University, and a JD from Temple University, Beasley School of Law.

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