The only way to avoid conflict, is stand-still! Conflict is a akey element in our work, in our negotiations, in our daily interactions. Learning how to understand the different options we have in dealing with conflict is key for successful interaction with our teams, our peers, and our managers.
At the end of this program, you will be able to:
- Understand the meaning of conflict and why it arises
- Correctly identify the opportunities and the threats in conflicts
- Apply different conflict resolution best practices
- Leverage the potential competitive advantage in project conflicts stemming from personal or cultural diversity
- Give and receive difficult feedback.
- Foundation Concepts
- What and why of conflict
- Challenging conflict contexts
- Conflict in teams
- Conflict with superiors
- Conflict and negotiation
- Giving and receiving feedback effectively
- Conflict resolution techniques:
- The Conflict Resolution Diagamming Method (CRD)
- Rosenberg’s Non-Violent Communiction (NVC)
- The Thomas-Kilmann Model
- Role Play: When stars (and stakeholders) collide; a challenging project
- Summary and conclusions
This training is an interactive 2-day workshop with countless real-life examples, including your own experiences. We work with hands-on role plays, prepare and conduct discussions with feedback.
- Group, team, department and project leaders
- Employees preparing for a leadership role in the near future
- Dates as per calendar
- Up to 15 Participants
- Duration: 2 days (14 hours)
- Trainer: an expert SMT approved trainer
- PMP-certified participants can claim 14 PDUs
CHF 1,600 excl. VAT, subject to change
Included in the price are documentation, video material, lunch, and break refreshments.
Registration & Schedule
Do You Have Questions? Do not hesitate to contact us. You can find the course dates in our online seminar calendar.
Customised company-specific training programs available: We are happy to customise our services for your company and your specific needs.
Max Langosco - Partner
Erik Leibundgut - Partner