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Resolving Conflict Constructively Workshop

This three day workshop provides participants with the opportunity to develop tools and improve skills in problem solving and conflict management on an interpersonal basis. The course includes skill building through theoretical discussion in small and large group settings; and practical application activities, such as exercises and role playing. Resolving Conflict Constructively is a prerequisite for Leading by Example and Introduction to Mediation, and is strongly recommended for Negotiation and Influencing.


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1. Benefits

The workshop will include the following areas of study and practice:

  • Conflict theory—how people approach and deal with conflict;
  • Communication skills—including active listening, questioning techniques, and re-framing;
  • How to raise issues constructively;
  • Introduction to interests —what is important to people; what are they trying to accomplish; what are the motivations behind the positions people take; and
  • An interest-based approach to problem solving.

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2. Apply

Upcoming workshop dates include:


Regina

September 18, 19, 20, 2018 (SEPTEMBER SESSION IS FULL); 

November 27, 28, 29, 2018 (NOVEMBER SESSION IS FULL: Submit a registration form to be waitlisted.)

Saskatoon

October 2, 3, 4, 2018 (OCTOBER SESSION IS FULL)

Resolving Conflict Constructively Workshop Registration Form

Submit form to dispute.resolution@gov.sk.ca or send to:

Ministry of Justice
The Dispute Resolution Office
323 – 3085 Albert Street
Regina, SK S4S 0B1

Fax: (306) 787-0088
Phone: (306) 787-5747
Toll Free: 1-866-257-0927

Customized sessions for a specific organization, workplace or group can be scheduled to meet client group needs. If you are interested in exploring further information about content, group fees, and customizing the Resolving Conflict Constructively workshop for your organization, please contact the Ministry of Justice, Dispute Resolution Office.

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3. Further Information

Courses will be offered subject to adequate enrolment. Enrolment for these courses is limited. Three weeks’ notice is required in the case of cancellation. You may be charged a cancellation fee, unless you find a replacement.


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