Biblical Concepts of Conflict Resolution
Negotiation occurs every day, whether it's for a raise at work, a contract or a restaurant choice between spouses. Conflict also occurs every day when the desires of two people appear to create some form of overlap, contradiction or frustration. In this session, Dr. Winston will challenge existing beliefs about conflict resolution that say we are to decide what we want and then go get it. Through concepts known to be true from research, from observing people in conflict and from an in-depth study of the Beatitudes, Dr. Winston offers a fresh perspective on resolving conflicts at work and at home.
About the Speaker
For over two decades, Dr. Winston, dean of Regent University's School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship, has helped to transform organizations around the world with his innovative ideas on leadership and his candid approach to consulting and training.
Drawing on his vast experience as a business owner, educator and consultant, Dr. Winston's real-world expertise includes leadership, organizational development, communication, quality improvement and marketing.
An author and co-author of numerous books and articles including Be a Leader for God's Sake and The Word on Management, Dr. Winston is also a popular speaker in the U.S., Canada, Europe and South Africa as he skillfully aligns Biblical principles with marketplace application to equip leaders and followers for success.
About Leadership Talks
The most successful leaders are those who apply both time-tested principles and contemporary theory to address the ever-changing environments they lead. Leadership Talks provides you with fresh insights from leadership experts, scholars and practitioners that you can quickly process and immediately apply within your organization. As a continuous learner, you will benefit from case studies, practical lessons and inspiring anecdotes provided by some of today's top leadership speakers. To learn more about the School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship, visit us on the web at www.regent.edu/global.