Conflict Resolution: Managing Tough People and Even Tougher Situations
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We all experience conflict yet few of us know how to manage it. This aspect of life in the workforce isn't always taught in grad school. Conflict doesn't have to be a bad thing! This interactive workshop will provide tools and use real life examples and practical activities to support graduate students’ ability to turn conflict into productivity!
In this workshop, participants will:
1. Discuss conflict as a source of fear and possible resource for creativity
2. Identify and understand triggers
3. Briefly develop awareness of the effects and role of conflict styles in effectively working with others
4. Practice effective communication tools and conflict resolution strategy
Adam Rollins, M.Ed., RCC, CRC is a registered clinical counsellor who currently works in that capacity providing counselling support to clients who access for a broad range of issues from personal, to relational, to work place concerns. He further has a certificate in conflict resolution with a focus on mediation from the Justice Institute of British Columbia and works in that capacity as a mediator and facilitator with both familial and organizational matters. He was born and raised in BC and attended the University of British Columbia for both undergraduate and masters degree. He is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Clinical Psychology through Adler University. Adam’s particular areas of interest and experience are around supporting and teaching change management, stress at school and in the workplace, and managing conflict within ourselves and with others.
Registration opens on Monday, November 27 at 9:00am.
Priority will be given to UBC graduate students registered in the current academic session. Confirmation of registration will be sent within two working days. If you experience any difficulty using the online registration tool, please send a message to: firstname.lastname@example.org .