Reframing Conflict (Two part and remote)

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A two part practical workshop that helps us see conflict in a new way – from a team problem to acknowledging different ways of thinking

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What would it look like to be able to develop and practice skills to help explore conflict and difficult situations in a safe and consistent way?

When we recognise that we are not communicating well it can show up in a variety of ways – feeling anxious, frustrated or upset, avoiding a colleague or a particular conversation, or just generally not enjoying work. This can lead to an inability to make decisions together, which is problematic for any organisation.

But developing the communication tools to be able to deal with conflicts as they arise are essential skills that we can all learn and practice. Studies have shown that communicating clearly and honestly with each other leads to a happier, more fulfilling workplace.

And at Building OUT, we have long recognised the value of good communication, and have been on a journey together to raise our awareness of our own unconscious patterns of behaviour and change them for the better.

These workshops gave us the opportunity to practice voicing personal and work-related experiences and thoughts, ones we perhaps were likely to overlook and bury. We found that when our team was in a space where everyone was free to mess up, get lost, or re-phrase, many pivotal conversations came out of this, both for us as individuals, but also us as a team
Prisca Munzemba, Collaborative Future

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Workshop key takeaways

  • Key aspects of communicating non-violently
  • Effective active listening and clear speech techniques
  • Learn how to develop relationships that are trusting, honest, flexible, authentic, and responsive.
  • Acknowledging both responsibility and accountability in reactions to conflicts
  • Improving emotional literacy and normalising concept of conflict
  • Leverage your differences to meet a joint purpose
  • Move through conflicts safely
  • Appreciate other people’s needs and the shared needs of the group
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    Your team on the day

    Pete is a team and leadership coach who works with purpose-oriented businesses and organisations. He has been pivotal in supporting people at Outlandish to communicate better (alongside introducing Sociocracy).

    Abi is a key organiser within Outlandish. She works across programme management, finance, and business development and focusses much of her time in developing communication skills across the Outlandish team and with clients.

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    This is a two part workshop from 10:00-13:00 on Wednesday 2nd Feb and Wednesday 9th Feb 2022. It is fully remote and we will send participants a Zoom link nearer the date.

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    Outlandish is a digital agency that builds beautiful tools for positive social impact. We are a worker-owned co-operative, partnering with clients who share our passion for technology that makes the world a better place.

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