Overview

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Conflict is unavoidable at work but in this session we will show you how conflict can actually result in positive outcomes if handled well. It can be the chance to get to the heart of a problem – rather than skimming the surface – and an opportunity to learn more about ourselves and others.

We’ll help you understand the different emotions and responses involved in conflict and you will leave with a range of tools you can put to use.

“There is…a constant battle between peace and conflict. Neither can be mastered, but both can be influenced. How you go about it is the key to success.”
- Philip Knight, Nike Chairman and Co-Founder

Outline

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  • Why conflict happens at work
  • Ways to understand emotions
  • A structured process for resolving conflict
  • Phrases that help to diffuse difficult situations
  • How to use non-verbal communication in conflict
  • Exercises to maintain calm in yourself and others

Outcomes

  1. Understanding of the sources and dynamics of conflict in various contexts

  2. Development of effective communication skills for de-escalating conflicts

  3. Strategies to resolve conflicts through negotiation and compromise

  4. Ability to build empathy and perspective-taking abilities to navigate diverse viewpoints

Our Methodology

  • Bite-Sized

    All of our sessions are short, focused and easy to make time for.

  • Interactive

    Our training style is unique and we don’t use PowerPoint. We understand that when the mind has to work, the learning sticks.

  • Evidence-Based

    Our work is backed up by evidence from psychology, behavioural economics and neuroscience.

  • Effective

    With a focus on sharing practical tools and behaviour change cues, we help integrate our teaching into the work you do, instantly.

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Testimonials

"Really practical and seems easy to apply."
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"Concrete advice and action points to take away."
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"I can’t think of anything to improve. This session definitely helped me in the way it was intended."
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