Conflict Resolution, Negotiation, Mediation & Presentation Weekend School – 6,7, 8 & 9 December 2018, Bologna Italy
The Conflict Resolution, Negotiation, Mediation and Presentation
Workshops – 2018
6, 7, 8 & 9 December 2018,
DAY 1 – Module 1 – Conflict Resolution and Management
- What is conflict
- Different types of conflict
- Positive and negative aspects of conflict
- Pro-active ways of dealing with conflict
- Choosing appropriate communication tactics when dealing with conflict
- Engaging external assistance in conflict management and resolution
- Intracultural and Intercultural aspects of conflict
- Exercising mindfulness in conflict resolution strategies
- Workshop exercise and feedback
DAY 2 – Module 2 – Negotiating Techniques for managing conflict
- Negotiating Effectively and identifying guidelines
- Demonstrating the process and principles of negotiating
- Language in negotiations
- Steps in negotiations from preparation to conclusion
- Negotiating an agreement in emails and the use of persuasive language
- Intercultural considerations in negotiations
- Handling problems and useful language to reach a negotiation
- Workshop exercise and feedback
DAY 3 – Module 3 – The Art of Mediation & Interpersonal Skills
- Overview of Mediation in the US, UK, EU and Italy
- What makes a good mediator
- Stages in Mediation Cycle
- The Language of Mediation
- Listening Skills
- Questioning Skills
- Mediation Strategies
- Managing Dirty Tricks
- Strategy for dealing with Challenging Behaviour
DAY 4 – Module 4 – Presentations in an intercultural environment
- Giving an effective presentation
- Referring to and describing visuals
- Using persuasive language
- Bringing it together
- How to deal with questions and interruptions from the audience
- How to deal with Q & A sessions
- How to create slides which are clear and easy to read
- Intercultural considerations in presentations
- Workshop: Presentation and feedback
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Are you negotiating contracts ? Do you know how to avoid liability during negotiations ?
You could find yourself not only bound in contract but liable for representations made during negotiations even if you have not signed an agreement or even written the agreement out.
So how can you avoid liability during negotiations ? How does this situation work in your jurisdiction.
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According to Fisher and Ury in their book ‘Getting to Yes’, there are three major problems in communication.
- People may not be talking to each other. Frequently, when parties are disputing, they have given up on talking to each other and no longer trying to attempt any serious communication.
- People do not pay enough attention to what other people are saying. This leads to misunderstandings which are compounded not only by different languages but also cultures.
So what is the solution ?
Fisher & Ury talk about active listening. Active listening involves acknowledging what has been said and question your assumptions. Understanding is not agreeing but you need to demonstrate to the other side that you understand their point of view, and this will in turn make them open to listening to your point of view.
This reciprocity is hoped will lead to maximizing your chances of having a constructive solution to the problem.
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