A 2008 study from CCP Inc. says that 85% of employees at all levels experience conflict to some degree. Few view conflict as an opportunity, but doing so can help you stand out as a leader. In this interactive workshop, Camille Pajor will help you understand what conflict is and diverse strategies for addressing it effectively in both professional and personal environments.
Registration is required.Leadership Certificate Program.
Camille Pajor served as a TEFL Volunteer in Peace Corps Ukraine from 2009-2011. Her primary assignment was to teach English in a high-school/elementary school. She also organized an outdoor sports center and little league in her town, after-school clubs, and several summer camps. Additionally, Camille served as the chair of the Counter Human Trafficking Subcommittee of the Gender and Development Council, and led two nation-wide projects. Upon her return to the States, she began working as a Residence Hall Director at Adelphi University. She is currently working as Adelphi’s Coordinator of Student Conduct and Community Standards, advises C.A.L.I.B.E.R., and recently completed the M.B.A. program at the Robert B. Willumstad School of Business.
The Leadership Certificate Program is an interdepartmental initiative hosted by the Center for Career and Professional Development, the Center for Student Involvement, the Office of Alumni Relations and the Robert B. Willumstad School of Business.
Its goal is to offer Adelphi undergraduate and graduate students opportunities to develop leadership and professional skills. Participants are able to attend workshops on a wide variety of topics during the course of the year.
To participate in the Leadership Certificate Program, submit the registration page by clicking Join Event and RSVP for a minimum of six events. Each student must complete the workshops within the academic year.