Coaching CoP: Resolving Conflict in the Workplace - Changing a Destructive Dynamic between Two Valued Employees - Presented by Michelle Brody, Ph.D.

  • 16 May 2019
  • 9:15 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Norwalk Public Library, 1 Belden Avenue, Norwalk CT
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Coaching Community of Practice (CoP) Meeting

Thursday, May 16th, 2019 - 9:15AM

Resolving Conflict

in the Workplace -

         Changing a Destructive Dynamic               between Two Valued Employees  

Presented by:

      Michelle Brody, Ph.D.

Location: Norwalk Public Library, 2nd floor

1 Belden Avenue, Norwalk CT

PARKING: There is a small lot behind the building (first driveway on Mott, on right as you enter from corner of Belden and Mott.) There is also a parking garage across the street and around the corner, across from the Mall, behind the post office. 


Our group's mission is to share best practices and explore trends and new approaches in the field of coaching within an organizational setting.

Please join us for an interactive presentation as we explore:

  • Situations where two valued members of a team (or cross functional partners) have sunk into a poor dynamic that seems to resist change   
  • Innovative methodology to help change these patterns  
  • How to set leaders up for success in handling intra-team conflict

Speaker Bio:

Michelle Brody is an executive coach and clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience as a specialist in resolving relational conflict - in personal relationships and in the workplace. She has served for more than a decade as a senior trainer for psychologists and as a business consultant, teaching others what will (and won’t) catalyze lasting change. Michelle is a consultant with The Exetor Group, a global training and coaching company and has delivered leadership training programs at corporate clients including Facebook, Alcoa and a range of companies under the WPP marketing umbrella.  Michelle is the founder of Coaching for Couples, an innovative practice for couples seeking time-efficient change. She is also the author of Stop the Fight! An Illustrated Guide for Couples (The Experiment, 2015,

Please register by Tuesday, May 14, 2019, to reserve your spot. Don't miss this chance to expand your knowledge, connect with colleagues and discuss important trends in our industry!

 Chapter Members: FREE  

Note:  Chapter Members must login first for the system to recognize you as a member.  GIG members (formerly Hartford CT Chapter) should register accordingly.

Non-Members:  $10 (Must register and pay online only.)    

For questions, contact:

Ellen Keithline Byrne and Lara Siegel;

Co-Chairpersons, Coaching CoP 

These events are sponsored by ATD Southern Connecticut Chapter (ATD SCC) and are open to all interested practitioners.  There is no cost for participation in the Coaching Communities of Practice for members or GIG (formerly Hartford Chapter) of this chapter.



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