Do you want to learn the secret to resolving conflict and repairing relationships?
At the heart of creative conflict resolving is the ability to get beneath the rigid positions that people in conflict often take. The challenging art of finding the often hidden and unrecognized needs and values (interests) of the parties in conflict is the key to unlocking impasse and opening creative, mutually satisfying possibilities.
This course is designed for people at all levels of training who want to perfect their interest-exploring skills.
This one day course will focus specifically on the skills needed to bring to light the underlying interests present in every conflict, and use them to build creative, lasting agreements such as....
A lively interactive and skills-building approach will be used.
This course is required for successful completion of the Administrative Professional's Development Program and the Certificate in Facilitation (more information to come soon). If you are enrolled in these certificates, the fee for the course is included in your registration fee.
7 hours credit (elective) in either the Practitioners Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution or the Interpersonal and Workplace Conflict Resolution Certificate programs.
Approved July 2006 for 1 credit by the Canadian Counselling Association.
To register for the Administrative Professional's Development Program, Certificate in Facilitation, Practitioners Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution or the Interpersonal and Workplace Conflict Resolution certificate program, complete this Certificate registration online form.
To register for this individual course, use the online form. Participants do not need to be registered in any of the above certificates in order to participate in this course. Registration is open to anyone who is interested.
Please send any inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us at (902) 566-0336.