Tuesday, 5/23: CSU's Got Talent Webcast Training- The Secret to Getting Along: 3 Steps to Creating Better Teams

Friday, May 19, 2023, 10:00am

TO: Sonoma State Employees
FR: Learning and Development

All employees are invited to the next session of CSU’s Got Talent, the system-wide professional development webcast series!

Gabrielle Hartley, Esq., presents " The Secret to Getting Along: 3 Steps to Creating Better Teams" on Tuesday, May 23rd 10:00 - 11:00am PT. Click here to register and join the webcast. 

More Information (Accessible flier attached)
Conflict isn’t ideal, but it can be reframed as a positive. Conflict ends up leading us to better results, and helps push us towards the conversations that our teams and organizations need to have. It reveals opportunities to improve ourselves and our teams. The best part is that handling conflict is a skill that can be learned. Join CSU’s Got Talent on May 23 to learn Gabrielle’s Y-E-S Method for creating better conflict resolution for your team! Presented by Gabrielle Hartley, Esq., divorce attorney, mediator, and author of The Secret of Getting Along: Three Steps to Life Changing Conflict Resolution. 

Upcoming CSU’s Got Talent Sessions

June 27
“Manage Conflict So It Doesn’t Manage You: Effective Methods to Reach Positive Outcomes”
Lisa Johnson, SHRM-SCP, Founder & Owner, HR Know-How, LLC

July 25
“Know No Limits: Achieving Successful Change Inevitably Means Overcoming Obstacles” 
Oz Sanchez, SDSU Graduate, 3x Paralympian, 7-Time World Champion

Full schedule and Listserve information available on the HR Training and Workshops website (Link to Training website)

Can't make a date or want to watch previous webcasts? 
You are invited to view previous CSU’s Got Talent recordings on CSU Learn (Link to CSU's Got Talent Recordings on CSU Learn).

Interested in other Learning and Development opportunities offered through Sonoma State and the CSU?
Find more information on professional development resources online (Link to Training website) and or reach out directly to ssutraining@sonoma.edu