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4/6/2020 to 4/7/2020
When: April 6-7, 2020
April 6, 4-8pm; April 7, 8:30am-3pm
Where: Online Event
United States


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This event will now be held online only.

Members
First registrant: $275
Additional registrants from same school: $250

Non-Members
First registrant: $450
Additional registrants from same school: $425

 

Target Audience

This event is for educators interested in conflict management and adult-to-adult conflict mediation.

 

Event Description

CSEE Conflict Management Seminar

As administrators and teachers, we hope to join colleagues and parents with a common set of goals, in an institution we often describe as a community, or even a family. Yet sometimes we find ourselves involved in conflict: either the slow, unacknowledged kind that subtly undermines our work; or the sudden, explosive kind that upends our world. This is especially true in today’s culture of contentiousness and entitlement. Skilled as we may be at communicating with students, we find ourselves in unfamiliar waters when facing an angry parent or colleague. 

 

This two-day workshop is intended to help administrators at all levels, as well as teachers who frequently encounter difficult adult-to-adult conflict, to:

 

  • Examine the causes of conflict, and the roots in our social nature that produce, exacerbate, and prolong conflict.
  • Understand our own ways of responding to conflict, and when these habits help or hinder our peacemaking efforts.
  • Learn and practice proven strategies to acknowledge, and to minimize, contain, and resolve conflict.

 

About the Facilitators

 

Richard Barbieri is a 40 years veteran of independent schools, as teacher, administrator, association executive, and school head. Since “retirement” he has spent the last six years studying mediation, facilitation, and conflict resolution, and recently became a United Nations certified international facilitator. An author familiar to CSEE Connections readers, as well as to participants in his webinars and workshops, he now also contributes to the journal ACResolution and online at mediate.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Katherine Peabody is a Certified Conflict Mediator and Restorative Circle-Keeper who works with families, school communities and teams to build meaningful connections and resolve conflicts compassionately. She has designed and presented in-school programs for team building, conflict resolution, and empathy, as well as Restorative Circle training for faculty and students at independent schools, and has worked with division heads, diversity & inclusion teams, school psychologists, teachers, parents and sports teams. She is also the founder of Boys Adventure Circles, a program combining movement exercises and restorative circle discussions to develop emotional Fluency, empathy and compassion skills for boys.

 

 

 

 

 

Agenda 

CONFLICT LEARNING & GOALS

Session I: April 6th, 3:30-7:00PM

Overview     3:30 - 4:00      

A Deeper Understanding of Conflict      4:00 - 4:30

  •  Normalizing Conflict
  • How our Brains Process Conflict
  • Using Antidotes to manage people who are triggered

Learn About Your Conflict Style    4:30 – 5:00

  • Learn the 5 Styles and how they affect your approach to conflicts.
  • Identity In Conflict: Our Five Core Concerns

Activity on your own

 

Session II: April 7th, 9AM

Check in:      9:00 --  9:30

Conflict Resolution Tool 1:        9:30 – 10:00

  • The Role That Feelings and Needs play in Conflict

Conflict Resolution Tool 2:        10:00-10:30

  • Unlock keys to listening deeply and asking curious questions.

Activity and Lunch Break     10:30-12:30

 

Session III: April 7th, 12:30PM

Check-In         12:30 – 1:00

Conflict Resolution Tool 3:        1:00 – 1:30

  • Using the Language of DIGNITY to Navigate Conflict

Conflict Resolution Tool 4:       1:30 – 2:00

  • “The Story I am Telling Myself Is…”

Conflict Resolution Tool 5:        2:00– 2:30

  • How to REPAIR

Closing Questions and Thoughts        2:30 – 3:00

  •  Individual / Pair Practice

 

  

 

  

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