Conflict Resolution Skills Training:
TBD - Fall, 2013 (2-day training - participation both days required)
This two day skills training will cover the four main components of conflict resolution – understanding conflict, understanding how emotions influence conflict, effective communication skills, and problem solving. Participants will have opportunities to not only learn these skills for managing conflict effectively, but practice them using college specific scenarios. Topics covered include collaborative group decision making, developing consensus, negotiation practice, and general skills for preventing, reducing, and managing conflict as it arises in our daily lives. The content is an overview of the content covered in the 3 credit POL 2040 Conflict Resolution Skills Course. This is a pre-req. for the mediation training or sustained dialogue campus network training.
Time: 9AM – 5PM (both days)
Who should participate: Faculty, Staff, Administrators
Facilitators: Jennifer Batton, M.A. Director, Global Issues Resource Center and Erika Jefferson, Adjunct, Certificate in Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies
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