The Ellevate Managers’ Program serves as a space for people managers to come together once a month for support, advice and to share in their experiences of building and managing teams.
Wed, Apr 21, 2021 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM EDT
This Week's Topic: Constructive Conflict and Accountability
In this roundtable we’ll discuss how you can engage in conflict that is actually constructive, how to manage conflict when it’s becoming less than useful, and how to keep your team accountable.
If your team is not engaging in constructive conflict enough, how do you know you are pushing yourselves to be better?
Constructive conflict - when participants can discuss openly, respectfully and truthfully their disagreements in order to understand each others’ perspectives and land in the best possible solution - is a must for innovation. It is something that all teams should experience.
This Roundtable is a part of Ellevate's Managers Program.
Ellevate’s five programs (Executives, Entrepreneurs, Managers, Rising Leaders, and Career Changers) offer a variety of flexible ways to learn alongside peers, including Roundtables, Workshops, Mentoring Meetups, and our 12-Week Squads Program.
How can you join the Managers Program?
- All programs - including Squads - are free with $40 a month Pro Access.
- Or, get $5 off tickets for $5 a month with Basic Access.
- Or, buy full price tickets for $10 with Limited Access.
As an empathetic manager, you can change the world. Our program is a space for new and experienced people managers to work through the questions - the ones they can’t just google - with trusted peers and experts. In the program, you'll become the kind of manager that can both build an inclusive culture and hit your goals.
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- 4:00 - 4:15: Thought Leadership from guest Expert
- 4:15 - 4:50: Facilitated group discussion (main room or across numerous breakout rooms
- 4:50 - 5:00: Key takeaway sharing
Come ready to:
- Have your video on. Visible communication is important.
- Try to be somewhere quiet and fosters good focus.
- Share whats going on in your world, and/or something relevant to the topic or your peers:
- a problem/challenge you’re facing, or;
- an idea or solution for someone else, or;
- a practice, or funny anecdote that might help others.
- Share resources that helped you(a great book or leadership strategy)
- Continue Member connections and conversations even after the call.
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