Introduction to Conflict Resolution

  • 24 Apr 2013
  • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
  • UNB Campus, Fredericton, NB

This one day introduction to conflict resolution seminar is ideal if you want to be better equipped next time you are faced with a conflict in your organization without much time away from the office. It is also a great refresher if you have taken some some training in the past.

The overall purpose of this seminar is to make you more aware of the value that a neutral person can play in facilitating the resolution of a conflict.

At the end of the seminar, you will be able to:

  • Describe the nature, layers and dynamics of conflict 
  • Describe how values, beliefs and stereo-types impact conflict
  • Identify underlying and deep-rooted sources of conflict
  • Identify and apply five principles of neutrality in resolving conflicts
  • Apply four general steps in the resolution of conflicts

Who should attend?

  • Employees with the federal, provincial, and municipal governments
  • Provincial and private sector law societies and law firms
  • Consultants whose careers involve mediation, facilitation and conflict management
  • Anyone who wants to become better at managing conflict in their personal, social, volunteer and work environments

Cost is $395 plus HST

Instructor: Patricia Brady, Certified Mediator

 

You will need to register directly with UNBCEL by going to www.unb.ca/cel/career or email for more information at profdev@unb.ca

 

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