When Things Don’t Work: Recognizing and Resolving Conflict

April 14, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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What happens when things just aren't working with your team or a particular project? 

Join Atlanta-based public relations professional, Adrienne Alexander, as she discusses the importance of understanding the fundamental concepts of conflict management, acquiring specific tactical approaches to conflict situations​, and learning to apply that understanding to more effectively assess and manage two-party and multi-party conflicts.

About Adrienne Alexander

Adrienne has operated a boutique Public Relations firm since 2003, focusing on Entertainment, Lifestyle & Wellness trades while also assisting clients, both large and small, in industries as varied as non-profits and startup business owners to publishing and spiritual ministries. Adrienne’s creative ideas and media contacts have primarily contributed to her success.

Graduating from Morgan State University with a degree in Public Relations and attending Strayer University for master’s level classes in Marketing, Adrienne has spent years using her communication skills to help causes, companies, and events create positive change by building brands through earned traditional and non-traditional media outlets. As a result of being a part of their team, Adrienne’s clients have reported seeing greater exposure and understanding of their brand than ever before, along with strengthened relationships with people who can impact their success. Along with her Branding, Public Relations, and Marketing background, Adrienne is also certified in Conflict Resolution and Conflict Management, a skill that more and more large organizations require upper management personnel to be trained in. This certification earned through the University of California, Irvine, has helped Adrienne become better equipped to handle crisis management situations and many other situations that may arise and negatively affect a client.

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