September 26 & September 27, 2016
Edmonton, AB, Canada

The seventh annual People for People Conference provides progressive communication, leadership and conflict resolution tools and strategies that can be put to immediate use to:

• Improve employee satisfaction and engagement
• Reduce costs associated with conflict and employee retention
• Increase productivity and innovative thinking
• Promote personal and professional growth
• Gain clarity, vision and motivation towards your organizational goals

World-class keynote speakers and leading-edge thinkers will stretch your knowledge, transform your work, challenge your assumptions and open you to discover new opportunities through an inspiring, content-rich two-day program. Every year, attendees say that this is THE conference to attend.

Who should attend?
• Business leaders and owners
• Managers and human resource professionals
• University and government professionals
• Lawyers and mediators
• Social workers, psychologists and counsellors
• Health care professionals and alternative health practitioners
• Facilitators, coaches, consultants, and career planners
• Teachers and educators

Recognized educational and training credits: Participation qualifies for recognized professional development credits in a variety of fields.

We are a charity project organized by an amazing team of volunteers. Our charity of choice this year is will be announced shortly. .

Tuition includes a gift bag, plus breakfast and lunch each day. We are a charity project.

2-Day Pass before September 25 at 6pm MST $499
2-Day Pass Purchased On-Site on September 26 or September 27 $599
1-Day Pass $299
2-Day Student Pass** $299

Prices do not include GST. Registration prices are in Canadian funds.
**Full-time post secondary students only. Student status will be verified.

What’s New?


Bill Eddy’s Presentation Follow-Up

Eddy-High Conflict HANDOUT

Talking to the Right Brain in a Conflict

BIFF at Work

Calming Upset People with EAR

People for People on CTV Edmonton!

Check us out on CTV Edmonton!
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