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All Acas events on Dispute resolution for all regions

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6 February 2020
09:30 - 16:30 Nearly Full
Managing conflict

This training session will explore the causes and effects of conflict at both an individual and organisational level. We will provide insights into the different ways people react to conflict and how this can ultimately affect productivity.


The event will give delegates the skills, knowledge and confidence to identify issues earlier and to deal with conflict more effectively. The event is based on Acas’ unique experience in resolving conflict in the workplace and our insight into the behaviours that can often damage working relationships.

This event is nearly full

Leicester
18 February 2020
10:00 - 12:00
North East Roadshow - an introduction to effective workplace conflict resolution

Join Acas North East for an interactive workshop that will look at the key areas surrounding conflict resolution from a HR and management perspective.

You will also have the opportunity to meet your local Acas Adviser and network with other delegates.


Middlesbrough
24 March 2020
10:00 - 16:00
Managing conflict

This training session will explore the causes and effects of conflict at both an individual and organisational level. We will provide insights into the different ways people react to conflict and how this can ultimately affect productivity.


The event will give delegates the skills, knowledge and confidence to identify issues earlier and to deal with conflict more effectively. The event is based on Acas’ unique experience in resolving conflict in the workplace and our insight into the behaviours that can often damage working relationships.



Wrexham
31 March 2020
10:00 - 16:00
Managing conflict

This training session will explore the causes and effects of conflict at both an individual and organisational level. We will provide insights into the different ways people react to conflict and how this can ultimately affect productivity.

The event will give delegates the skills, knowledge and confidence to identify issues earlier and to deal with conflict more effectively. The event is based on Acas’ unique experience in resolving conflict in the workplace and our insight into the behaviours that can often damage working relationships.



Cardiff
24 April 2020
10:00 - 16:00
Fair Work - respect and resolution in the workplace

The Welsh Government supported by Acas Wales have sought to develop achievable recommendations which provide a practical way forward to deliver ‘Fair Work Wales’. 

Fair Work is work in which people are respected and treated respectfully, whatever their role and status. 

Delegates attending this conference will gain knowledge from a range of experts in the field of Fair Work, mental health and wellbeing, dignity and respect and conflict resolution.


Cardiff
8 September 2020
10:00 - 16:00
Managing conflict

This training session will explore the causes and effects of conflict at both an individual and organisational level. We will provide insights into the different ways people react to conflict and how this can ultimately affect productivity.

The event will give delegates the skills, knowledge and confidence to identify issues earlier and to deal with conflict more effectively. The event is based on Acas’ unique experience in resolving conflict in the workplace and our insight into the behaviours that can often damage working relationships.



Chepstow
8 October 2020
09:30 - 16:30
Managing conflict

This training session will explore the causes and effects of conflict at both an individual and organisational level. We will provide insights into the different ways people react to conflict and how this can ultimately affect productivity.


The event will give delegates the skills, knowledge and confidence to identify issues earlier and to deal with conflict more effectively. The event is based on Acas’ unique experience in resolving conflict in the workplace and our insight into the behaviours that can often damage working relationships.



Newcastle upon Tyne