Dr. Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler is a high-impact organizational psychologist, keynote speaker, and executive coach who helps CEOs and their senior teams optimize organizational health and growth by enabling them to master conflict.

If you have ever:
· Tried to resolve conflict and failed
· Tried to resolve conflict and it worked for a short time, and then it failed
· Avoided a conflict, but then it got so big you wished you’d dealt with it sooner
· Gotten blind-sided by a conflict– it came seemingly out of nowhere
· Said things you wish you hadn’t
· *Not* said things you wish you had…

…watch this talk where Dr. Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler demonstrates the seven key practices to becoming a conflict master. Jennifer offers an approach designed to revolutionize how you engage with difficult conflicts in the workplace, at home, and in the community. In this talk, learn how to: change your perspective to get the results you seek; turn difficult emotions from a liability into an asset; make differing values work *for* you rather than against you; prevent disasters and ensure positive long-term outcomes; and courageously and productively speak and listen, even when that seems impossible.

*About the Author:*

Dr. Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler is the Director of Coaching at the global transformational leadership company Mobius Executive Leadership (http://www.mobiusleadership.com/) and is the Founding Principal of the NYC-based consulting firm Alignment Strategies Group (http://www.alignmentstrategiesgroup.com/). For more than two decades, Jennifer has consulted to senior executives at Fortune 500 companies, including financial and professional services, pharmaceuticals and high tech, as well as at global non-profit and governmental institutions. She also teaches at the International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution at Columbia University and serves as an executive coach at Columbia Business School. Jennifer is the author of the book *Emotions in Long-term Conflict *(2014) and is currently working on her next book, Conflict Mastery.

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