Public Program - Bridging Conflict

Bridging Conflict

A 3.5 hr program on working skillfully with conflict (Online)

Unskillful conflict management in teamwork can erode trust and collaboration, impacting innovation and performance, and many current frameworks only focus on resolving disputes yet miss the opportunity to harness conflict to strengthen trust and team cohesion.

In this 3.5-hour program, you'll get in touch with your unique approach to conflict and learn to leverage diverse conflict management strategies that foster deeper connection, growth, and learning. This comprehensive course will guide you in recognizing your personal conflict styles while equipping you with practical tools to manage emotions during high-stress moments, communicate empathetically, and employ strategies that turn conflict into opportunities for deeper understanding and stronger team connection. Gain hands-on experience for skillful conflict resolution through engaging,  interactive practices.

Join us to refine your approach to conflict, unlock the collaborative and innovative capabilities of your teams, and support your organization to thrive amidst the challenges of a rapidly evolving business landscape.

Thursday, February 29

8:30 am - 12:00 pm PST

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Program Language: English

This program will help you:

Enhanced Self-Awareness: Leaders will gain deep insights into their personal conflict management styles, understanding how these styles impact their decision-making and interactions.

Mindfulness in Action: The course will provide practical mindfulness techniques to stay composed and effective in high-stress conflict situations, leading to better outcomes.

Skillful Conflict Resolution: Participants will learn how to apply conflict resolution theories to real-world scenarios through interactive case studies, developing concrete skills for managing and resolving conflicts effectively.

Conflict is not just a challenge; it's an opportunity for growth, understanding, and innovation.

the impact of emotionally intelligent conflict management

If you gather a group of humans together to work towards a goal, no matter the circumstance, there will be disagreements, and likely, conflict. Conflict can actually a good sign; it often means you have a team with diverse perspectives (key for innovation) and a passion for their work. Conflict itself can be a beneficial tool that leads to uncovering learnings, new perspectives, and deepening in self-awareness. If conflict is mis-managed it can lead to silos, lack of trust, and feelings of not belonging, yet if conflict is managed with emotional intelligence, it has the potential to lead to deeper respect, empathy, greater trust, and innovation.