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Business & Charitable Events Calendar

40th-Anniversary Awards Luncheon and Workshop

2/13/2013

Organization: The Center for Dispute Settlement

Presents its annual event at the Rochester Plaza Hotel, 70 State St. Workshop: 7:45 - 11:14 a.m. Lunch: 11:45 a.m. -1:29 p.m. The center's longest-serving former executive director, Andrew Thomas, senior project manager for Sanford, Fla. will give the keynote address, followed by comments from distinguished co-founders Josh Stulberg, J.D. Ph.D., and Ted Kantor, Esq. You won't want to miss this historic retrospective that's been 40 years in the making! Mr. Thomas will be conducting a workshop on "The Nature of Unresolved Conflict." The workshop is designed to help us all think about how unresolved conflict affects our lives, our relationships and our community. The workshop will offer skills on managing and resolving differences and turning discord into agreement. Reserve by phone at (585) 546-5110, ext. 110, or at www.cdsadr.org.



 

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