Mark Your Calendar: CM Pre-Conference Events at AOM 2017

Are you attending AOM 2017?  Don’t miss the exciting pre-conference events on Saturday and Sunday, August 5-6, sponsored by the Conflict Management Division:

Conflict Management (CM) Division Doctoral Consortium
Saturday, Aug 5, 8:30AM to 3:30PM
This session seeks to help doctoral students develop successful academic careers. The format of this session includes presentations from successful CM scholars as well as small group breakout sessions, one-on- one meeting time, and networking opportunities to work closely with leaders in this field.

A Stress Management Workshop for Doctoral Students
Saturday, Aug 5, 11:15AM to 2:15PM.
This workshop offers an innovative, skill-based opportunity for doctoral students to understand how to manage different stressors.

Bringing Conflict into the Classroom: Teaching Negotiations and Conflict Management
Saturday, Aug 5, 10:15AM to 1:15PM.
Learn from leading experts on how to be effective in the classroom and beyond.

A Conversation with the AOM Ombuds: Handling Professional Conflicts
Saturday, Aug 5, 4:30PM to 7:30PM.
This PDW is designed to help faculty address a variety of conflicts in their day-to- day academic lives. Topics will include identifying the sources of conflict, how to prepare for conflict discussions, strategies to navigate the conversation, and follow-up procedures to improve the relationship.

Then join us at the…
Conflict Management Division’s Business Meeting
Sunday, August 6, 5:00pm to 6:00pm
Hear the latest news about the division! The Business Meeting will be followed immediately afterwards by the Conflict Management Division Social from 6:30pm to 9:30pm (Offsite).

The Conflict Management Division’s Scholarly Program includes 36 Symposia and 12 paper sessions that cover a broad array of topics, including groups and teams, emotions, ethics, transgressions, justice, culture, status, power, intergroup behavior, leadership, and (of course) conflict. The CM Division also offers special thanks to Prof. Chester Spell from Rutgers University, who served as Associate Editor to handle our more macro-oriented submissions and ensure they are represented in the CM Division’s program.

Be sure to register for these exciting PDWs online here!