Developing Facilitation Skills for Groups in Conflict -- TPN 2

  • 05 Dec 2011
  • 09 Dec 2011
  • Wu Conference Centre, UNB Fredericton

Building on TPN 1 as a prerequisite, this module provides intensive training on facilitating groups in conflict and preventing groups from escalating conflict into something non-productive. Key tasks of a facilitator and core skills are taught and practiced. They include such things as creating and effectively using a process agenda, creating and enforcing ground rules, techniques for including all participants, techniques for capturing the ideas of participants and skills for keeping to the process and within the allotted time and dealing with difficult behaviors. Processes are taught and practiced that help groups make decisions, reach consensus, explore controversial topics, and envision a more ideal community/workplace. Dialogue/circle processes are presented along with creativity as a tool to help groups find solutions to their conflicts. Participants also practice designing a facilitated intervention of a real conflict. (Prerequisite TPN 1)
Dates: December 5-9, 2011
Times: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Location: Wu Conference Centre, UNB Fredericton

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