Mediators of Southern California
Time: May 7, 2015 at 8:30am to May 8, 2015 at 4pm
Location: Southern Methodist University Center for Dispute Resolution and Conflict
Street: 5228 Tennyson Parkway
City/Town: Plano, TX
Website or Map: http://aiminst.com/SMU-AIM
Event Type: mediation, training, professional, development
Organized By: American Institute of Mediation
Latest Activity: Dec 9, 2014
Join us for this amazing workshop, Dealing with Entrenched Belief Systems and Strong Emotion in High Conflict Situations with Doug Noll at Southern Methodist University in Plano, Texas.
Conflict situations often involve strong emotions, strong personalities, deep-seated beliefs and biases. Successful interventions require deep analysis and diagnosis of the conflict situation, a quick decision on the appropriate tools for engagement as well as effective execution the intervention. These skills are usually acquired by trial and error and take years of experience to develop. Participants will learn from the trenches how to become masterful in conflict situations by being able to identify which strategy is most effective at any given moment during the conflict resolution process.
In this highly interactive workshop, you will learn how the human brain in conflict and those experiencing strong emotion process information. Participants will learn to recognize and be able to work with the common patterns of emotion that may thwart resolution, impair constructive decision-making processes and collaboration.
You will develop a highly valuable skill set of tried and true techniques, including core messaging and affect labeling, that you can utilize when confronted with strong emotion.
In this workshop, attendees will learn:
Enroll before April 6, 2015 to receive $75 OFF with our Early Bird Discount!
Texas MCLE Applied for by the American Institute of Mediation
Learn more about the series and register online at http://aiminst.com/SMU-AIM