PRLog - Sep. 24, 2012 - FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Attorney and Mediator Keith Grossman, founder and managing partner of Grossman Law & Conflict Management, recently conducted a seminar titled, “Building Your Peace Chest: Three Tips For Working Well With Others” for the Dress for Success PWG, a professional women’s group that promotes career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
Attorney Keith Grossman of Grossman Law & Conflict Management
The seminar addressed common conflict management issues and negotiation skills that people experience in life, and primarily in the workplace. Grossman led an interactive discussion on how to improve personal conflict management skills by learning strategies to benefit all parties involved in a conflict.
“Many people look at conflict as something scary,” Grossman said. “My goal with this seminar was to show the professional business women that conflict can be used as an opportunity to improve outcomes and develop relationships.”
“After attending the seminar, I feel that I now have a better understanding of how to handle conflict at home and at work, with family or with co-workers,”
Grossman provides seminars, workshops and training for large corporations and small businesses on conflict management and other human resource related matters.
Grossman Law & Conflict Management is located at 7270 College Parkway, Suite 1, in Fort Myers. For more information about family law, employment law, and conflict management services, call the office at 239-210-7516, email Keith at Keith@AttorneyGrossman.com or visit www.ResolvingConflictsNow.com or www.AttorneyGrossman.com.
About Keith Grossman:
Attorney Keith Grossman of Grossman Law & Conflict Management has 20 years of experience in and out of the courtroom and focuses his practice on employment law, conflict management, and family law. Grossman is a Family and Circuit Civil Mediator certified by the Florida Supreme Court, a former Family Law Case Manager for Court Administration, and Past President of the Lee County Bar Association. He also helped to establish and supervise the Family Law Resource Center, a program designed to help families navigate the court system and reduce the conflict typically associated with the divorce process. Grossman handles marriage and family law cases involving divorce, child support, alimony, paternity, prenuptial agreements, parenting plans and time sharing. In the area of employment law and mediation, his services include human resources consulting, skills training workshops, independent employee investigations, and conflict management design and preventative practices.