Conflicts to Opportunity

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Our personal backgrounds influence our perspective.

Among a wide spectrum of backgrounds, it’s no wonder perspectives collide and cause conflict… even when everyone means well. It doesn’t have to be that way. With the right understanding, our different views can serve as our greatest strength.

In this session, national speaker and author Jessica Stollings-Holder will share how to break down barriers that divide and build up awareness that unites and empowers all people to create a more inclusive and innovative future.

Topics: Conflict management, conscious and unconscious bias, diversity, inclusion, innovation 

Learning outcomes: 

  • Manage conflict in a constructive way. 
  • Evaluate personal paradigms and see self and other more clearly. 
  • Consider and include alternative points of view. 
  • Honor and combine all perspectives to create positive breakthroughs.

This session was recorded at the 2021 Women's Career Summit. Purchase the conference bundle here.


Number of Credits Type of Credits
2.00 Personal Development


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Jessica Stollings-Holder

Jessica Stollings-Holder is a professional speaker, trainer, author, and coach who helps teams recognize how their diverse perspectives fuel success.

She entered the speaking world through her groundbreaking work in generational diversity and inclusion. She has studied how to bridge gaps across generations for more than a decade, serving more than 100 clients in 32 states and delivering 400 keynotes and training events.

Jessica’s work been highlighted in publications across the country- like SHRM, Ragan/PR Daily, and the Chronicle of Higher Education- and her experiential training using an escape game in a box was voted one of the top 120 trainings in the world by Training Magazine.

Jessica’s background includes leadership roles in corporate communication and talented development, and she also served as a nationally syndicated news reporter.

Jessica is an academic all-American volleyball player and graduate of King University. She is also a graduate of Leadership Tennessee Class V.

Most importantly, Jessica is a wife and bonus mom with a passion to help all people feel understood, included, and valued.

To learn more, or to have Jessica speak at your company, visit

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