May 10, 2018
“Three Truths About Conflict”
Karen Pelot to Speak at May Lunch
“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called the sons of God.” Matthew 5:9. The truth is, when handled effectively, conflict provides incredible opportunities to learn, create, develop, and transform. Karen Pelot uses her real-world experience as a former corporate leader, professional mediator and communication specialist to teach clients how to respond wisely, rather than react regretfully, in the midst of conflict. Karen will help you view conflict from a new perspective, give you self-awareness raising tips for staying calm and clear when emotions are heated, and a quick path to successful resolution.
Karen Pelot MBA MDR is the founder and CEO of PERSPECTIVES, LLC, specializing in reducing and resolving conflict, increasing team engagement, and instilling accountability for behaviors and results in the workplace. Prior to founding her company in 2008, Karen served as a corporate leader for more than fifteen years with three Fortune 100 companies, where she developed and led special investigation units. Her experience as a senior corporate leader, in-depth understanding of human behaviors and motivators, and ten years as a professional mediator have equipped Karen with unique insights and qualifications for assessing organizational detailers, and partnering with clients to establish and implement effective solutions. It’s “the people stuff” that gets in the way of individual and organizational success. Karen and her team at PERSPECTIVES, LLC are experts with “the people stuff”.
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