This is a combination of 2 conflict resolution modules. The first module, Conflict to Collaboration shows how collaboration enables team members to draw upon their unique, individual strengths while creating a sense of unity. The second module, Disagree Agreeably offers insights into our own personal work style and communication “hot buttons.”
Learn how to resolve conflict through exploring a combination of teamwork, communication, and interpersonal skills.
What You’ll Learn
In Conflict to Collaboration, you will discover how working communally eases the pressure off of a single individual and extends responsibility evenly among team members, giving everyone the opportunity to take command of their roles and excel together. In Disagree Agreeably, you will not only explore situations that challenge you most, you’ll learn to manage your emotions and to express your opinions in a productive way that leads to acceptance and agreement.
Why you want to learn it
Conflict can be difficult to resolve without the help of others. By collaborating with people inside and outside of your organization, leaders can leverage the diverse talents and experiences of others, gain new perspectives and uncover unexpected solutions. It’s also advantageous to learn to communicate in a non-confrontational way creates a more united workforce. When you are willing to accept differing viewpoints and rationally explain your own, you’re much more likely to maintain mutual respect and a positive relationship. Positive relationships yield acceptance, satisfying outcomes, and increased productivity.
How it will help you
This journey into teamwork and self-examination will enable you to better understand how to promote unity in the workplace. You’ll learn to communicate without negativity. And you’ll be able to answer that age old question, “Why can’t we all just get along?”
Date: Friday, July 27, 2017
Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: Fremont College
18000 Studebaker Rd. Suite 900A
Cerritos, CA 90703