Managing Conflicts Program: New Strategies for Curbing Students Unrest

Venue: Ambassador Hotel, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Date: April, 24 - 28, 2017
Fee: $4,500.00

conflict management

CONFERENCE OBJECTIVE

Conflict management refers to processes and programs that teach individuals concepts and skills for preventing, managing, and resolving conflicts non-violently. This Conflict management programs will teach life skills, "win-win" negotiation strategies, mediation skills, and violence prevention strategies. They are implemented in elementary, middle and higher schools to help students, teachers, administrators and parents resolve conflicts effectively.

 

Students’ crisis of any magnitude in higher institutions of learning  is abnormal, dysfunctional and detestable. Crisis is an extreme situation of conflict to a point of extreme violence that is, threat to human security, fighting, death, injury, etc.  Crisis can always be resolved, what the practitioners can do is to manage and regulate them


Other Conflict Management Objectives:

  • The purpose of conflict
  • Changing what you do for a different outcome
  • Defining a difficult person
  • Working with difficult people
  • Using honesty and agreement
  • Turning arguments into discussions
  • Defusing blame
  • Active listening and responding
  • Understanding the roles people play
  • Dealing with strong feelings
  • Delivering bad news
  • Feeding the solution not the problem
  • Choosing appropriate conflict
  • Creating win-win: achieving resolution
  • Getting to the core of the problem 

ACCOMMODATION: This Conference is non-residential. Participants are to lodge in hotels of their choice near the conference centre. A list of these Hotels will be provided on request.



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