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Thu 6th Oct 2016
Avoiding conflicts before they arise
06 Oct 2016
October 6, 2016
The definition of conflict management is the practice of recognising and dealing with disputes in a rational, balanced and effective way.
Often disputes arise due to a lack of understanding or consideration of the other person’s point of view, decision-making process or are simply a case of miscommunication.
The fact is, if we better understood our behaviours, decision-making preferences and communication style and those of others, especially not like us, then we have a better chance of managing conflict or differences, before they escalate to a point where significant time and effort is required to resolve them.
In this session, facilitated by Nick Fewings, Managing Director of Ngagementworks, Nick will explain the differences in our decision-making and communication styles to enable you to have a better understanding of who you are and those who are different to you. With this appreciation, you will be better equipped to find resolutions to conflict before they escalate.
Nick Fewings is an award-winning facilitator and conference speaker with over 20 years’ experience of helping individuals, teams and organisations achieve even greater success. He works with many of the FTSE 100 companies and has spoken at over 400 conferences. His clients are from the UK, Europe, the Middle East and the USA. Nick is a behavioural psychologist and uses a colourful model of behaviour to deliver learning that can be applied immediately with positive results. In his leisure time, Nick is a keen amateur photographer.
This event is suitable for professionals with any level of experience.
Created by Association for Project Management NI (APM)