Podcast: Susan Shearouse on The Upside of Conflict

In a new American Management Association podcast, Susan Shearouse, author of Conflict 101: A Manager’s Guide to Resolving Problems so Everyone Can Get Back to Work, provides a crash course in conflict resolution.

Whether personal or professional, conflict is inevitable. In her book  Conflict 101: A Manager’s Guide to Resolving Problems So Everyone Can Get Back to Work (AMACOM) Susan Shearouse, with 20 years of experience in mitigating disagreements as a conflict resolution strategist, discusses the importance of trust, how assumptions lead to false perceptions, and using the “Satisfaction Triangle” as a conflict arbitration tool.

Click HERE to listen to the podcast.Jacket Art, Conflict 101

Susan Shearouse has provided facilitation, mediation, technical assistance, training in conflict resolution processes, group decision-making processes, managing change, sexual harassment awareness and organizational effectiveness to organizations and individuals since 1990.  She is an adjunct staff member for the American Arbitration Association, McNamara and Associates, Inc., and an associate of Resolution Dynamics, Inc. In addition, she has served as Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Specialist for the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services (FMCS) and as adjunct faculty in Georgetown University’s MBA program. she earned a Master of Science in Conflict Resolution from George Mason University in 1988 and servedas  Executive Director of the National Conference on Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution (NCPCR). She is on the Advisory Board of the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University.

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One response to “Podcast: Susan Shearouse on The Upside of Conflict

  1. Pingback: Podcast: Mark Royal and Tom Agnew on Maximizing Employee Engagement | AMACOM Books Blog

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