Conflict represents the presence of diverse viewpoints and is a normal part of life. Yet conflict can be a big energy leak that prevents teams and organizations from realizing their goals. How do you create an environment where struggle with conflict and reconciliation can spark creativity, nourish growth, jump-start productivity, and strengthen relationships? If you are looking for strategies for both preventing and reducing the health and productivity costs of unresolved conflict, this workshop is for you.
During this four-part highly experiential online workshop, “Cross Cultural Conflict Resolution”, you will learn a simple and highly effective method for working with people in conflict situations who wish to resolve their problem. The workshop focuses on the readiness of the facilitator to work with situations of conflict, providing skills and frameworks for conflict resolution in groups based on universal cross-cultural practices for conflict resolution.
This workshop will interest anyone who wants to take steps to resolve conflicts to benefit people, productivity and the bottom line: leaders, managers, consultants, or members of any group or community. Workshops draw participants from all sectors – from corporate to health care and non-profit to education and the arts – and this mix adds to the richness of your learning experience.
Notre-Dame-de-la-Salette, QC - Hamilton, ON - Halifax, N-É/NS
22, 23 et 24 janvier 2010 à Gatineau, QC, Canada, en collaboration avec Entraide-Deuil de l'Outaouais. L'atelier est offert en français.
21, 22 et 23 avril 2010 à Montréal, QC, Canada, en collaboration avec Communications Esther Matte. L'atelier est offert en français.
28, 29 janvier et 5 février 2010 à Gatineau, QC, Canada, en collaboration avec CAP Santé Outaouais. L'atelier est offert en français
Cross Cultural Conflict Resolution Online Workshop
January 18, 25 and February 1, 8, 2010 - noon to 3 pm EST. Workshop offered in English.