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The Emerging Leader: Managing Intergroup Conflict

Stephanie Kloos, from the MIT Z Center, introduces methods to better manage intergroup conflict. Part of the Spring 2012 MIT L.E.A.D. sessions, a workshop series that focuses on developing personal leadership skills and knowledge.

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