Top Five for Small Business: Productive Conflict Inflates Workplace Efficiency!
This Top Five monthly series hosted by the Greater Des Moines Partnership focuses on issues small businesses face daily. Each month features a topic such as human resources, marketing, accounting, IT and others. The featured speaker from each event in the series will introduce five key takeaways that will help your small business be successful.
This month focuses on how productive conflict inflates workplace efficiency.
Workplace conflict is inevitable; learn how to turn it from destructive to productive. 5 Steps to Make it Happen. Explore the root causes of workplace conflict and develop a deep understanding of why so much time is spent on unproductive activities at work. Learn to address the slow leak destructive conflict has on your company’s culture and provide yourself and your leaders with tools and a common language to work through situations. Come away with actionable steps you can apply immediately. Join Danielle Rusch for the opportunity to gain access to learn how you approach conflict.
Sally Cooper Smith specializes in marketing and business strategy for small businesses. She works with founders and entrepreneurs to grow their businesses through more effective branding, advertising and communications — online and off. As President and Creative Director of Cooper Smith & Company, the marketing and design firm she founded in 1993, her studio’s work has been published internationally and received numerous regional and national awards in competitions from the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts, the American Advertising Federation, the Art Director’s Association and the American Marketing Association.
The PACE Alliance has arranged these events to be simulcast live each month from 12-1 pm. There is no fee to attend the group simulcast. You may also watch at your desk by registering for the simulcast here (there is a $10 fee). The Top 5 for Small Business is presented by the Greater Des Moines Partnership.