P O W E L L, W y o. - The Worland Women's Roundtable will consider methods for resolving conflict in the workplace during its Thursday, Oct. 23, meeting. The discussion gets underway in the Northwest College Worland Center at noon, with networking opportunities starting at 11:45 a.m.
The one-hour program, "Mediation: A Tool for Managing Conflict in the Workplace," will be presented by Lucy Pauley, coordinator of the Wyoming Agriculture and Natural Resource Mediation Program. She travels across Wyoming to promote her program, which operates out of the Wyoming Department of Agriculture in Cheyenne.
Pauley's program provides mediation, technical review teams and other alternative dispute resolution services for individuals and organizations involved in a wide variety of conflicts including farm credit, grazing permits, split-estate disputes and estate planning. She also coordinates requests for mediation and sets up workshops that offer training in mediation, negotiation, facilitation and other processes.
Admission is free and includes lunch. Click here to reserve a seat, or call (800)560-4692, ext. 6062 by Wednesday, Oct. 22.
The Worland Women's Roundtable is sponsored by Big West Autoplex through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration and Northwest College Center for Training and Development. The NWC Worland Center is located in the Worland Community Center Complex.