Conflict Negotiation

Participants will assess personal conflict style via Conflict Dynamics Profile (either via personal assessment or 360 assessment). Participants will learn how emotions affect the conflict and negotiation process and what makes conflict and negotiations difficult. This program will introduce constructive and destructive conflict behaviors as well as conflict triggers and hot buttons. Participants will learn a practical model for resolving conflict and negotiating solutions, agreements and settlements. Program can be customized to fit a one or two day format and content can be customized to fit client needs.

Program presented in partnership with by Trigena H. Halley and Louie V. Larimer

Louie V. Larimer

louie larimer headshotLouie V. Larimer is the Founder of Focused Strategies, Inc., the corporate entity which holds the intellectual property used in Mr. Larimer’s educational programs.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology, a master’s degree in business administration, and a juris doctorate.
Mr. Larimer has taught graduate level courses in law, ethics, leadership, negotiations and conflict resolution for Regis University’s School for Professional Studies, and The University of Phoenix.
Larimer has been an organizational consultant and corporate educator since 1982.
He has over thirty years experience as an attorney, licensed real estate broker, and corporate educator.
During his business career Larimer created, capitalized, and served as CEO/Principal Partner of several corporate enterprises: Midnight Sun Capital Management, LLC, a real estate private equity company; Hopewell Gas Ventures, LLC, a gas exploration and production company; Southpointe Capital Partners, LLC, a private lending company; and Land Visions, LLC, a land investment and development company.
Larimer is the creator and author of the following publications: The Ethical Type Indicator: A Personal Assessment Instrument; Ethical Virtuosity: Seven Steps To Help You Discover And Do The Right Thing At The Right Time; The Psychology of Ethics: What It Takes To Do The Right Thing At The Right Time; The Psychology of Personal Transformation and Change; The Life Assessment Inventory; The Life Planning Guide; 7 Strategies for Building a Successful Business; The Management Audit Matrix; The Litigation Prevention Inventory; The Integrated Leadership Training Program; Becoming a 5 Star Executive: Principles, Assessment and Planning Guide;; and Don’t Poke the Gorilla in the Eye!
His articles have appeared in several national trade journals such as Association Magazine, Workforce Magazine, and HR Focus. He is a contributing author to Professional Practices in Association Management, published by The American Society of Association Executives.
He provides consultation to business, government and non-profit executives in the areas of leadership, strategy development, planning and execution, performance management, board governance, organizational ethics and compliance.
Originally, from the island of Oahu, Hawaii, he now resides in Colorado Springs, Colorado with his family.
He is an avid reader, writer, golfer, and ukulele musician.