Knowing how to resolve conflict at work is the key to a harmonious and productive professional environment.
In many cases, effective conflict resolution can make the difference between positive and negative outcomes. Explore various methods of conflict resolution and identify which approaches are appropriate in various situations. Learn how to keep discussions productive and avoiding impasses that could stall or end the process.Find out more ...
Post-Degree Diploma Programs are designed for university students and graduates wanting specific knowledge, skills and experience necessary to move into an exciting career and meet the demands of today’s employers. A diploma complements your undergraduate degree and can help you reach your career goals by providing you with the skills that today’s employers demand.
Our course emphasis is on learning to use the language to communicate orally. However, reading is also encouraged, and some written exercises are assigned. Essential grammar is taught as the necessary framework on which to build communication skills.
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As a leader in the design and delivery of professional development training programs, Western Continuing Studies has provided customized training to businesses and organizations for over 40 years.
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Whether you are just starting your career, improving your résumé or getting close to retirement, professional development courses at Western Continuing Studies are one of the best ways for you to use your funding to upgrade your skills and knowledge.
Collaborative Conflict Resolution
Five Month Accelerated Project Management
Introduction to Project Management
Fundamentals of Accounting
Sep 11 & 12
More and more workforce training is being seen as vital to the success and longevity of any company. Quality corporate training programs are highly regarded and can give your company an excellent reputation for investing in your people, which will attract a higher standard of employee.
By receiving specific, skills-enhancing training, employees develop a deeper understanding of their performance and know what is expected of them. This will lead them to feel more empowered to fulfill their job-related responsibilities.
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