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    Listen, Fight, Praise, Lead: Proven Methods to Solve Problems and Improve Relationships presented by Andy Janning

    Date: April 11, 2013, 11:00am – 1:00pm
    Holiday Inn on North 7th in Bozeman, Montana
    $13.00 for GVHRA Members/$15.00 for Non-Members
    Event Type:
    Other Hosted - Meeting
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    This month's event will be a webinar presented by Andy Janning (click HERE for full bio).  Mr. Janning will present "Listen, Fight, Praise, Lead:  Proven Methods to Solve Problems and Improve Relationships."  For this month only, our schedule will adjust as follows:

    11:00 a.m.—11:30 a.m.: Registration, Lunch & Networking
    11:30 a.m.—1:00 p.m.: WEBINAR PRESENTATION (click HERE for a copy of the program flyer)

    In today's fast-pasted business world, you're faced with a number of challenges:  listening closely, confronting respectfully, resolving issues effectively, and keeping the bond with your co-workers strong.

    But how do you face these challenges collaboratively, without having to resort to becoming either a dictator and order-giver - or worse yet, merely acquiescing to everyone else's requests while your own needs go unmet?  This webinar has the answers.

    Based on a pioneering leadership and communication model that earned its creator three nominations for the Nobel Peace Prize, Listen, Fight, Praise, Lead will equip you with:

    • A proven listening technique that's been used to broker peace treaties between warring nations...and was even the basis of an entire Everybody Loves Raymond episode,
    • The six-step conflict resolution model from which the term "win-win solution" was coined, and
    • A simple three-step method that works for either confronting or praising anyone.

    RSVPs are requested by the Monday prior to the presentation.  To make a reservation, please contact our Membership Chair.  Also, let us know when you RSVP if you will need any accomodation.

    The hotel requires a 48 hours confirmation for catered events.  RSVPs help the GVHRA board, presenter, facility and food providers to accomodate all attendees.  Members who make a reservation and DO NOT attend will be charged.  Additionally, copies of presentation materials and food may not be available for those who do not RSVP.