About this Event
Developing a standard involves the careful review and consideration of many differing viewpoints. With a diverse group of participants, disagreements will occur. Ensuring a supportive process to address those conflicts will lead to a stronger standard and more positive outcome.
During this workshop, attendees will discuss what happens when participants do not agree and how to navigate the process of evaluating those differing opinions and finding middle ground. Participants will gain insights and practice techniques to use when conflicts arise.
Presented by Daniel Serwer, Director, American Foreign Policy and Conflict Management at the Johns Hopkins School
Date: August 24, 2021
Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm
Cost: $50 non-members | Free for Women in Standards Pro and SDO members
Location: Zoom meeting, meeting details will be emailed to registrants prior to the event.
*Deadline to register: August 20th, Tickets are non-refundable*
PHOTO WAIVER: Event will be recorded. Women in Standards reserves the right to use any photos / videos taken during the event for any lawful purpose such as: publicity, illustration, advertising, and web content.