Dealing with Conflict for Beginners
Monday, 9 January 2017 from 10:30 to 12:30 (GMT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Aim of the session
This session enables participants to feel confident in their ability to understand their own and others’ contributions to conflict, and in applying a range of skills when dealing with conflict.
By the end of this session participants will be able to:
• Define conflict
• Discuss the usefulness of some conflict
• Demonstrate signs of interpersonal conflict
• Apply techniques for resolving conflict
Participants will begin by drawing pictures of their understanding of conflict, in small groups. This will be followed by a debrief which encourages participants to think about situations when conflict may be useful. The participants will then be divided into small groups to think about – and demonstrate – physical and behavioural signs of conflict between people. A self-assessment questionnaire will be followed by group work where case studies will be discussed. The session will finish with an ideastorm on how to resolve conflict.
This workshop is only open to London Met students/staff/and those that graduated in the last three years. No public admittance.
When & Where
Careers and Employability Service, London Metropolitan University
Our Careers and Employability team is here to help you develop the knowledge, skills and experience to become confident about making informed decisions to build a rewarding career
* one to one careers advice and guidance and skills workshops
* access to the Job Shop that advertise paid work experience, placements/internships, part time, temporary work, graduate vacancies and volunteering
Remember, it is never too early to start planning you career.
Please have a look at www.londonmet.ac.uk/careers and come and see us soon.