AMA: Responding To Conflict: Strategies For Improved Communication (2115)

AMA: Responding To Conflict: Strategies For Improved Communication (2115)

Overview

2 Days

Arm yourself with the 10 vital business skills you need to make sound business decisions

Conflict in business is all too familiar—particularly under increased business pressures. Still, most of us lack basic conflict management skills. Rather than react to conflict on a purely emotional level, you can learn how to manage disputes and disagreements in a positive manner, or even avoid them altogether. This conflict management training will show you how to recognize the causes of interpersonal conflict. It emphasizes skills to help you critically evaluate conflict situations and then choose the appropriate strategies and tools to manage and/or resolve these conflicts. You’ll develop greater awareness of your emotional triggers and how to control them. In addition, you will learn how to continually action-plan around the implementation of your new skills.

Objectives

  • Exhibit a Strong Sense of Self-Confidence with Your Peers, Direct Reports, and Manager
  • Analyze Audiences and Situations Appropriately
  • Create Processes to Frame Your Message to Specific Audiences
  • Apply Strategies to Influence and Motivate
Developing Conflict Awareness
  • Define Conflict
  • Explain the Difference Between Disagreement and Conflict
  • Describe the Five Levels of a Conflict
  • Describe Barriers to Managing and Resolving Conflict

Responding to Conflict
  • Identify Your Own Personal Feelings and Actions in Response to Conflict
  • Ally the P-U-R-R Model to Demonstrate Understanding and Application
  • Apply the Validating Process
  • Distinguish Between Listening for Thoughts and Listening for Feelings in a Conversation
  • Explain That Meaning Often Comes from the Context of the Relationship Rather Than the Intrinsic Definition of the Words Used

Conflict Strategies
  • Identify Your Preferred Strategy or Strategies for Responding to Conflict
  • Identify the Five Conflict Strategies
  • Analyze Examples and Recommend Appropriate Strategies to Minimize or Manage Conflict

The Role of Trust in Minimizing Conflict
  • Describe the Four “Cs” as the Cornerstones of Building Trust
  • Explain How Trust Is Lost and Regained, and How Transparency Validates Trust
  • Identify Interests Behind Positions

Moving Beyond Conflict
  • Describe How Relationship Conflict and Content Conflict Should Be Handled Differently
  • Demonstrate How to Turn Potential Disagreements into Discussion By Applying the Model to Disagree
  • Identify and Practice Assertiveness Tools and Strategies
  • Detoxify Emotional Statements, and Devise Alternative Ways to Express the Message Behind the Emotional Statement

Dealing with Difficult Behaviors
  • Explain the Difference Between Difficult People and Difficult Behavior
  • Describe an Understanding of Handling Passive Behavior
  • Describe a Strategy for Handling Passive or Aggressive Behavior

Mapping Conflict
  • Map a Conflict Using a Five-Step Approach
  • Explore a Given Conflict from Various “Viewing Points”
  • Separate Interests from Positions in a Specific Conflict
  • Select a Conflict Strategy Appropriate to Address a Specific Goal
  • Demonstrate the Implementation of the Chosen Conflict Strategy

Thunderstorms
  • Apply a Combination of Skills, Techniques, and Ideas Presented Throughout This Seminar to a Conflict Situation (Called a “Thunderstorm”)
  • Demonstrate the Application of Appropriate Conflict Strategies to Address the “Thunderstorm”
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While there are no direct pre-requisites, here are some of the benefits realised of this course :

  • Recognize the underlying causes of conflict 
  • Map conflict using a five-step approach 
  • Identify ways to develop flexible responses to personal and professional conflicts 
  • Practice applying models, techniques and strategies to manage your interpersonal communication behaviors in conflict situations 
  • Implement strategies to improve your communication and effectively respond to conflict

Course ID:
2115


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