Dealing with Interpersonal Conflict

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Dealing with Interpersonal Conflict

       This course gives participants an overview of and an introduction to collaborative conflict resolution. Participants assess their own conflict style and broaden their range of ways to resolve conflicts effectively. They examine the dynamics and sources of conflicts, attitudes and beliefs, conflict theory, defensiveness, and the role of assumptions and emotions. Participants will practice specific skills and approaches useful in resolving interpersonal conflicts. This is a highly participatory course with an emphasis on increasing self-awareness and skill development through structured exercises and simulations. Students are encouraged to bring a VHS videotape to record their role-play on the final day of the course. This course is equivalent to CR110B and is a prerequisite for all other required courses.



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