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1-053 Managing staff conflict

Presented by Sue Kurtovich

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Recording date

Thursday 18th August 2022

Time and Duration

2pm approx
40 minutes


$35 per person

What you are going to learn

Managing staff conflict

Conflict is an inevitable and a natural part in growing, learning and changing.

In this webinar, Sue will explain:
  • The difference between ‘constructive’ conflict and ‘destructive’ conflict.
  • The common causes of conflict in ECE settings.
  • How to anticipate conflict and keep it in the constructive zone.
  • How to help staff to work out their differences with each other.

This quick webinar is part of our learning series for ECE managers. Bringing you quick, accessible learning opportunities, helping you to stay current in ECE. 

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Sue Kurtovich

ECE Management Consultant
Former President of the largest representative body of licensed early childhood education centres in New Zealand, the Early Childhood Council (ECC) and Chief Executive - 12 years

Sue has a long history in New Zealand as a trusted specialist in early childhood education (ECE) centre administration and management. With over 25 years of sector experience and extensive knowledge of the ECE regulatory environment.

Sue has a strong policy and advocacy background and is a confident and competent public speaker. She is also a developer, designer and presenter of professional learning and development programmes.

As a former childcare centre owner, manager and administrator for fifteen years, Sue understands what it feels like to be at the coal face of ECE centre manager.