Length: 1 Day
This course provides techniques for individuals to resolve workplace conflict and build a common understanding and framework for working through challenging conflict situations.
Conflict in human relationships, even good relationships, is inevitable both at home and in the workplace in New Zealand. Learning how to manage conflict is a key skill for anyone who works in a team, interfaces with customers or has a supervisory role.
This course empowers participants with the techniques to identify the source of conflict, and then how to manage and resolve the issue quickly and with professionalism.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
In this course participants will:
- Gain a thorough understanding of the sources, causes and types of conflict
- Master all six phases of the conflict resolution process
- Understand the five main approaches to conflict resolution
- Learn to apply conflict resolution approaches
- Learn how to use parts of the conflict resolution process to recognise and prevent conflict before it escalates
- Develop communication tools such as agreement frames and open questions
- Learn practical anger and stress management techniques
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Conflict is the result of people having differing needs, opinions, expectations and importantly different perspectives in New Zealand. The reality of conflict is that in any human relationship it is inevitable, but if handled well, conflict provides a powerful avenue for significant growth.
Conflict resolution involves recognising and managing the particular conflict. This is an essential part of building emotional intelligence and nurturing relationships. Poorly handled conflict can affect both the employees and the clients, thereby impacting the company’s bottom-line. To maintain your competitive advantage, you need the entire organisation to focus on developing conflict resolution strategies to quickly and effectively resolve conflict, while building trust and commitment with clients and colleagues.
This Conflict Resolution Training Course provides techniques for individuals in an organisation to resolve workplace conflict and build a common understanding and framework for working through challenging conflict situations. We have, after much research, decided to focus on the Win-Win Approach using the three critical skills of conflict resolution – Negotiation, Assertiveness and Persuasion. These skills will enable the participants to develop conflict resolution strategies for quickly and effectively recognising, resolving and preventing conflict in any situation.
|Lesson 1 -
Conflict – is it all bad?
||Lesson 2 - Understanding Your Response to Conflict|
|Lesson 3 -
What makes up conflict?
||Lesson 4 -
How Managers Can Add to Conflict
|Lesson 5 -
Resolving Conflict Between Others
||Lesson 6 -
When Conflict Involves You
|Lesson 7 - Implementing Agreements
||Lesson 8 -