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I am presenting an open workshop on Approaches to Conflict for the Institute of Family Therapy on the 29th April. These places are being offered for just £90.00 (normal price £120.00).

Conflict is an unavoidable part of our lives. None of us really likes it,  many people are afraid of it, and some will tell you they avoid getting into conflict wherever possible. Nevertheless we all manage conflict pretty well to some degree. In fact, most people overlook that in order to live and work in groups, managing and resolving conflicts is part of what it means to be human.

This workshop provides a framework for dealing with conflict by helping participants identify and strengthen their conflict resolution abilities, so that they can intervene sooner and more productively, before the dispute affects morale, quality of life or performance. Disagreement need not be destructive. The right guidance offered skilfully can help disputing parties maintain a viable working relationship, so they learn to settle disagreements.

Book your place on Approaches to Conflict.

 

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