Difficult conversations come with any job - but they're something that property managers may know all too well! From upset tenants to apathetic vendors, the range of conversations you face on any given day can be daunting! Wouldn't you like to have some proven tools and insights to help you make those difficult conversations more productive? Join leadership and career expert, Kirk Anderson, and learn how to turn those difficult conversations into a virtual gold mine of opportunity for you and your organization.

Webinar length: 1 hour

Seminar Information
Seminar Date:
August 21, 2012
Seminar Objectives
  • How to manage upsets and expectations.
  • Learn to mine complaints and concerns.
  • Learn what the Breakdown Methodology is and how it can help dissolve upsetting situations.
  • Using generative conversations to move beyond the past.
  • And much more!
Tools for Successfully Managing Difficult Conversations

Kirk is a multi-faceted and principled leader with 32 years of diverse business experience covering multiple industries. Kirk is a graduate of the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Executive Development Program (2000) and holds a BA in Real Estate from Washington State University. Kirk is known for his demonstrated ability to lead complex and challenging projects, bring fresh thinking and uncommon insight to situations and to empower and align diverse groups of people around common goals.

In a public service role, Kirk was appointed by two Governors of the State of Washington to represent the business community on the Puget Sound Council, governing water quality policy for the Puget Sound Basin and has served on numerous business and community organizations.

Accomplished at developing people, creating effective teams and fostering adaptability to dynamic environments, Kirk founded ACTIONPOINTE to assist organizations and individuals in enhancing performance and effectiveness through strategic, leadership and career development.

Individual topic purchase: Selected
BOMI International
Continuing Professional Development Credit: 1.00
CMCP: 1.00
BOMA Member Price:$39.00
Non-Member Price:$69.00