PRAXIS SKILLS TRAINING & CONSULTANCY SDN. BHD

arivalan@praxiskills.com

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PENANG, MALAYSIA

NO. 125-2,  Lorong Bukit Panchor 3,
14300 Nibong Tebal,
PENANG, Malaysia.

Mon - Sat: 9am to 6pm

Sunday Holiday

Effective Conflict Management Techniques via ROT

Two Day Workshop

Dr.Arivalan Clinical Social Worker and Certified Trainer in Psychology, NLP, Hypnotherapy, Stress Management.

Every person faces conflict

There are positive and negative outcomes to conflict. What makes conflict negative or positive is the way in which it is handled. This course teaches participants how to manage emotions during conflict while working collaboratively toward a win/win resolution. Participants will complete a conflict style assessment, learn the five styles of conflict, and identify their dominant style.

Workshop objectives:

  • Identify exactly what conflict is, why it arises and how it can be utilized for maximum benefit;
  • To recognize the various stages of conflict and preventing them from escalating;
  • To deal with conflict with a greater awareness of the conflict management style of themselves and others;
  • To utilize  variety of methods for managing conflict successfully;
  • To apply methods that can use invest less time and energy in conflict and creating more productive relationships with others.

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:-

  • Define conflict.
  • Identify assumptions of conflict.
  • Explain the escalation of disagreement into conflict.
  • Recognize the five styles of conflict resolution and the benefits and pitfalls of each style.
  • Understand your preferred style of conflict resolution.
  • Apply the six steps to collaborative conflict resolution.
  • Apply techniques to managing emotions during conflict.
  • Discuss the effect that power has on conflict resolution.
  • Implement a strategy for continuous conflict management.

Who should attend?

This program is for all employees working in an organization where conflict may occur or where stressful client relations may be encountered. It is however, primarily aimed at managers, and team leaders who will have to intervene and rectify or adjudicate in conflict situations.

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Course Outline

 

Day 1

Day 1

  • Understanding conflict under business context
  • Types and areas of conflict
    • Conflict with Self –
      •  Cognitive Dissonance (Behaviour conflict with believes)
      • Cognitive Behaviour (Conflict between positive and negative self talk)
      • Emotional conflict (Conflict between rational and emotions)
    • Conflict with colleagues 
    • Conflict with bosses
    • Conflict with sub-ordinates

Class activity: Role Play on Emotional Conflict

  • Areas of conflict
    • Administrative works
    • Bureaucracy
    • Conflict with work itself
    • Conflict with work procedures 
    • Interdepartmental conflicts
    • Conflict with Organization

Class activity: Brain storming session: Most frequent occurring conflict

  • Identifying conflict stages
    • Three Stages of Conflict
    • Everyday Concerns and Disputes
    • Supporting Policies that Reduces All Stages of Conflicts

Class activity: Developing Customized Policies to Deal with Common Conflicts

  • How Conflict Escalates?
    • Small problems that leads to big problems
    • Work routine that create rooms for conflict escalation
    • Personal mood and harsh words

Class activity: Misconduct Cases on Conflicts (EA 1955)

  • Styles of Conflict Management
    • Competing
    • Avoiding
    • Collaborating 
    • Accommodating 
    • Compromising

Class activity: Case analysis: Hindering factors to apply conflict management

Day 2

Class activity: Case analysis: Hindering factors to apply conflict management

 

  • Effective Methods of Resolving Conflict
  • Information centered discussions
  • Establishing  SOPs for repeated problems that causes conflicts
  • Develop conflict management procedures 
  • Emotional management – Expression of facts with managed emotions
  • Dealing with the negative self-talk
  • Seek win-win solutions through effective negotiation skills
  • Seek third party intervention (why, who, when, where, how)
  • Focus on solutions and mistakes
  • Apply the Language and Behavior Profile (LAB) methods to communicate.

Class activity: Video on Organizational Conflict: “No to Yes”

  • Embracing Organizational Change while Preventing Conflicts

  • The impact of change

  • The transition curve

  • Lewin’s Methods of Changes

  • Developing and promoting a changing culture

  • Measuring the success of change

               Class activity: Mind Mapping: Conflict Management Plans

  • Managing Stress that Causes Conflicts
    •  Prioritizing work
    •  Managing time effectively  by applying Critical Path Analysis
    •  Saying No assertively 
    •  Delegation and conflicts

Class activity: Game of Trust in Resolving Organizational Conflict

For further information, please contact or Fill up the form below:-

Dr. Arivalan :    0124956810

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