Category Archives: Supervisory Training

Workplace Conflict: A Developing Story

When did you first start thinking about conflict resolution techniques for the workplace? If you say you first tuned into methods to resolve conflict sometime in the 1980s your are not far off according to a new study in the … Continue reading

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Talking Collaboration

In an article that recently appeared in The Public Manager, author Russ Linden identifies six elements for successful collaboration.  The six factors he lists are consistent with what others have written about collaboration.  In short, people know what it takes … Continue reading

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Leadership Reflections

A recent issue of the WSSA News–the newsletter of the Western Social Science Association–contained an article about leadership that featured the work of Berton Lee Lamb. Click links to download the article: Leadership article

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Effective Communication: The Path to Improvement

So, how do you do it? How can you change a life-time of communication habits to become an effective communicator? It takes time, effort, and a commitment on your part, but you can do it faster than you think. Here … Continue reading

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Dr. Sanders Joins NGA

Dr. Russell Sanders joined Negotiation Guidance Associates in December of 2008. He is one of the premier leadership and communication trainers in the inter-mountain west. Dr. Sanders has a wide range of experience in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. … Continue reading

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