lco465 | undergraduate
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Conflict, Conversation, and Dialogue
- Identify the origins of conflict.
- Evaluate the ethic of conflict management.
- Analyze the role of constructive conversation in conflict.
- Identify and assess dialogue in conflict management.
Mediation and Metastories
- Identify the role of mediation in conflict management.
- Assess systematic mediation.
- Identify the importance of metastories in conflict mediation.
- Evaluate mediation as a means of empowerment.
Team Mediation and Conflict Management Systems
- Identify core considerations of conflict in teams.
- Summarize and explain the Team Mediation System (TMS).
- Assess conflict management systems.
- Evaluate the five characteristics of constructive conflict management.
Large-Scale Intervention and Constructive Conversations
- Identify conflict management in large-scale interventions.
- Evaluate the role of gaming metaphors in conflict management.
- Identify conflict management strategies for public issues.
- Assess the significance of constructive conversations.
Communication and Commitment to Problem Solving
- Identify the function of communication as the basis of conflict management.
- Evaluate the impact of commitment on problem-solving.
- Assess the significance of self-insights on conflict management.
- Identify the role of a culture of conversation on conflict resolution.
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