A two-day interactive workshop in Bristol, May 17 & 18th, 2016
Cost of 2-day workshop: £200 (some bursaries available)This engaging and thought-provoking workshop provides skills and concepts to engage constructively with ‘everyday’ conflict across a range of life settings, from work and communities to friends and family. Understanding conflict as inevitable – a by-product of difference, exploring how to shift the impact of conflict by responding differently, best practice and cutting-edge theory
Getting people on board – relational skills, remembering what’s out of sight, removing blockages through facilitation
Shifting group and team dynamics – applying mediation principles to the everyday
To reserve your place, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This workshop can also be taken as part of the full CPD/Masters module online course in Conflict, Cooperation and Transformation. The full course involves self-organised study and Skype-based study groups. For more information on the full 30-credit module and fees visit the UWE website:
Next start date: May 1st, 2016
This module is suitable for anyone in an interest in interpersonal communications, team management, frontline work and consultancy across a range of settings. It merges skills for practice with cutting edge theory from the fields of communication, conflict transformation, psycho-social studies and complexity.