Collaborative Negotiations and Conflict Management for Environmental Professionals - Dec

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Attendees will learn collaborative negotiations skills that will allow them to look out for their own interests and preserve positive working relationships to use in the future. Participants will learn how to turn negotiations that contain conflict into a more positive dynamic of collaborative problem-solving. This workshop is distinguished by its focus on how participants can simultaneously advocate for their interests while consciously diagnosing and managing the conflict that surrounds their issue. Conflict gets in the way of collaborative negotiations, and adding these conflict management skills to any negotiator or facilitator’s tool kit can increase the chances of success. The principles covered are a combination of interest-based bargaining (win-win negotiations) with the skills mediators use for getting people to resolve disputes. It is built on the proven premise that negotiations and conflicts involve multiple dimensions of interests. Attendees will learn easily applied principles and a straightforward model to plan and engage in negotiations effectively, even when there is conflict.
Event Type:
Workshops/Training Courses
Date:
Dec. 6-7, 2016
Venue:
University of Phoenix
Location:
Austin , TX , USA

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