Analyzing and Managing Risks: How Risky Do You Like It?

Date: 10/19/2018

Time: 1539943200 - 1539946800 PST

How much do you love or loathe risk? How much is too much? How much do you need to adapt to external forces to stay relevant?

Individual risk tolerance is an invisible force that affects everything around it: interpersonal relationships, inter-department cooperation and leadership’s effectiveness.

Ability to diagnose and remedy divergent beliefs about the ‘goodness’ or ‘badness’ of risk allows HR professionals to better advise organizational leaders, coach managers and resolve conflict.

Benefits of Attending

  • Learn an analytical framework to evaluate personal and organization risk tolerance.
  • Assess impact of risk tolerance on organizational goals and likely success in delivering on the organization’s mission, vision and values.
  • Facilitate dynamic and engaging risk management conversations, thereby increasing opportunities to build consensus and improve collaboration.
  • Improve negotiation and conflict resolution comfort and competencies.

Speaker Bio

In 2002, Carol Bowser founded Conflict Management Strategies Inc., a company emphasizing training, mediation, and consulting on conflict resolution in schools and workplace. Organizations hire Conflict Management Strategies Inc. to increase productivity by easing workplace conflict and tension, to train employees in conflict resolution skills, to evaluate internal conflict resolution processes, to facilitate tangible change within the working environment, and to coach key employees to higher levels of performance.

Carol served as a mediator for the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission from 2004-2009. She has mediated hundreds of cases, with particular emphasis on employment matters and working relationships, and trains others in mediation skills.

Her training style is highly interactive, facilitative, and designed so that participants can put the skills to immediate use in the workplace. She is highly engaging AND highly knowledgeable.


Carol Bowser

Conflict Management Strategies