This workshop conveys fundamental knowledge about dealing with conflict and trains the powers of observations as well as negotiation skills. The participants learn to better judge the impact of their behavior and to develop strategies for solving conflicts.
Conflicts are unavoidable in the normal course of the working life. Whether it is about subject specific differences, competition amongst colleagues or disagreements with the supervisor – there are plenty of potentially explosive situations.
Dates: Thursday, May 20, 2021 & Thursday, May 27, 2021
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. CET
Location: Remote via Zoom
Trainer: Dr. Imke Lode
Workshop Overview: It is not difficult to deal with conflicts in a constructive manner and to solve them before they grow into a substantial problem. If conflict is neither ignored nor allowed to escalate into a personal power struggle and the own as well as the others’ motives are reflected upon, one can act consciously instead of only reacting emotionally. This way there is a chance of finding a solution with which all parties are satisfied.
This workshop conveys fundamental knowledge about dealing with conflict and trains the powers of observations as well as negotiation skills. The participants learn to better judge the impact of their behaviour and to develop strategies for solving conflicts.
Participants will improve their conflict solving capabilities by:
More About our Trainer: This workshop will be hosted by Dr. Imke Lode. Studying and working in both the U.S. and Germany, Dr. Lode’s background is interdisciplinary, focusing on the humanities, as well as natural sciences and technology. She gained extensive teaching and research experience at NYU, Columbia University, the University of Magdeburg, and the University of Lübeck. Since 2015, Dr. Lode has worked as an independent consultant, lecturer, and certified trainer, coach, and mediator, focusing on intercultural competences, communication, team development, and diversity management. She also consults and trains people in scientific communication and in developing future strategies and careers. She has researched and published on gender and diversity-related topics, moderated scientific panels, and international conferences at EU level and worked as print and television journalist.
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