Managing High Conflict Disputes with High Conflict People

  • 02 Jun 2014
  • 8:30 AM
  • 03 Jun 2014
  • 4:00 PM
  • Delta Fredericton, Fredericton, NB

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  • Any member of the CBA may register at the preferred rate.
  • Any person interested in this topic may register
  • this is a discounted rate for members of ADR Atlantic
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Click here for full description of the workshop: Managing High Conflict People - skills for Human Resource Professionals, Mediators, Social Workers, Lawyers, Arbitrators.pdf

Description (taken from the High Conflict Institute reason for being):

"High conflict people are not just difficult. They are the most difficult people, because they become preoccupied with a target of blame, usually someone close to them (such as a spouse, relative, neighbor, co-worker) or someone in a position of authority (boss, doctor, administrator, government official). Managing High Conflict People (HCPs) usually involves using skills which are the opposite of what one feels like doing. Learning these skills takes time and practice, but can make an amazing difference in resolving, managing, and containing High Conflict disputes.

 

We are committed to changing the culture of conflict from one of all-or-nothing solutions, good and bad people, and shame and blame, to a culture of mutual empathy, attention and respect for all people while teaching new skills, assertively setting limits, and containing truly dangerous behavior." 

 

 

 

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