This workshop will present information, activities, and examples from several interconnected areas that should be useful to mediation trainers and practitioners.
The workshop will also focus on understanding and correcting workplace incivility, including bullying, harassment, and other negative behaviors.
The techniques include identifying and correcting bullying and other negative behaviors, preventing burnout in natural trust leaders, behavioral transition techniques for positive growth, and restorative practices in alternative dispute resolution. The workshop begins with the recognition that parties involved in conflict are in distress due to the fact that “we are all recovering from something.”
July 13, 2021 - Tuesday Special Lecture Series - Workplace Conflict Collisions
Special Lecture Series - Workplace Conflict Collisions
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Tuesday, July 13th, at 7 pm
Conflicts occur every day in the workplace, and about 95% of these are clearly visible and are resolved organically in real time. About 5% aren’t resolved because most people don’t see them. Here in Houston, we’ve trained to pay attention to weather reports about low pressure areas forming in the south Mid-Atlantic because we know this is where hurricanes are born, and as a hurricane comes closer we see large flocks of birds flying away from its path.
These hidden conflicts also provide indicators and signs that give ample warning, if you know what to look for. Want to know more? Please join me on July 13th, at 7 pm via Zoom.