A Conversation About Conflict
A Conversation About Conflict is 1½ to 2 hour workshop that can be run for any given audience interested in conflict resolution. The purpose of the Conversation is to help us develop a new awareness of conflicts in our lives - how we currently respond to them, what they cost us, and the alternative, more constructive approaches. We have hosted Conversations on University Campuses, in Churches, schools and community mediation centers across the United States.
A Conversation about Conflict is not a training course, it is simply a conversation. The facilitator engages the audience with a set of challenging questions and a few propositions. The resulting dialogue is shaped by the insights and experiences of the participants. The format can be adapted to meet different needs and circumstances, the ideal size of the group is 15.
To download the Conversation about Conflict manual, click here. To download A Guide to Conflict Resolution, as an accompanying resource, click here. If you have any question about this material or need some guidance in facilitating the Conversation, don't hesitate to contact us.
Download the Facilitators Guide (PDF document)
Download a Guide to Conflict Resolution (Word document)