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obstacles that keep you from engaging in the new

MODULE 2

Learn to perceive conflict as a crisis in human interaction, not only in terms of disagreement but also in terms of change, uncertainty, and volatility.
Learn to embrace such crises as transformative learning opportunities that help to get in touch with our obstacles, especially our voices of judgment, fear, and cynicism.
Learn to counteract these voices by evolving a stable moral grounding that promotes empathy, understanding, trust, and positive intentions.
Learn to overcome these voices by developing inner strategies that encourage open-mindedness, self-reflection, and the ability to consider alternative perspectives.
Learn to take on the role as a mediator, establishing reflective dialogical spaces and utilizing key mediation skills to support others in breaking the destructive cycles of these voices.
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MODULE 2 - TRACK 1
LEARN TO EXPLORE CRISES IN HUMAN INTERACTION

2.5 hours
Date: April 4th, 2024
Time: 7 pm CEST, 1 pm EDT, 10 am PDT

This module first explores conflict as a crisis in human interaction, as a natural and inevitable part of human being. It tends to destabilize self-perception, leading to vulnerable and self-absorbed behavior that induces feelings of weakness, fear, and self-protection, reinforcing negative dynamics. As a consequence, human interactions can deteriorate into destructive, alienating, and dehumanizing experiences.

However, individuals can recover through dynamic shifts in empowerment and recognition. Empowerment involves gaining clarity, confidence, and personal strength, while recognition fosters attentiveness, responsiveness, and openness to the other. These positive shifts interact and regenerate the interaction into a constructive, connecting, and humanizing experience.

This module emphasizes individuals’ capacity to regain strength and openness, enabling constructive resolutions and improved relationships in the face of conflict and change.

Glas(s)Campus Course 2021

MODULE 2 - TRACK 2
LEARN TO EVOLVE OUR MORAL GROUNDING

2.5 hours
Date: April 11th, 2024
Time: 7 pm CEST, 1 pm EDT, 10 am PDT

This module explores the significance of having a moral grounding in our lives, as conflicts and change prompt us to evaluate our actions based on our personal sense of right and wrong.

A clear moral grounding not only helps us navigate conflicts and change but also provides a sense of comfort and self-assurance during and after these encounters. It enables us to act with confidence and clarity even in times of confusion and difficulty. Moreover, it reduces the likelihood of engaging in regretful actions. By avoiding such actions, we prevent carrying the negative effects into our future; promoting personal growth and well-being.

Lacking a moral foundation can lead to uncertainty and indecisiveness, exacerbating the negative spillovers of conflicts and change such as the voices of judgement, cynicism and fear. Without a guiding compass for our behavior, we may become excessively fixated on the actions of others and lose sight of our own responsibility.

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MODULE 2 - TRACK 3
LEARN TO CREATE AND RELY UPON INNER STRATEGIES

2.5 hours
Date: April 18th, 2024
Time: 7 pm CEST, 1 pm EDT, 10 am PDT

This module explores strategies for greater empowerment and recognition in conflict resolution. Participants learn to balance empowerment and recognition to engage with conflicts using their fullest human capacity. They assess their behaviors by evaluating the balance between self and others in difficult situations. They strive for compassionate strength, staying true to their values while being open to differing perspectives.

The module emphasizes the lifelong opportunity for moral growth in acting with strength and connection amid differences. It highlights the importance of individual agency and social connection in human consciousness and identity.

Participants discover their own unique and situational strategies for shifting away from weakness and self-absorption in conflict resolution. They explore diverse approaches to enhance conflict resolution skills. Through exercises and discussions, they develop the ability to navigate conflicts constructively and achieve positive outcomes.

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MODULE 2 - TRACK 4
LEARN TO TAKE ON THE ROLE OF A MEDIATOR

2.5 hours
Date: April 25th, 2024
Time: 7 pm CEST, 1 pm EDT, 10 am PDT

In this module, participants will learn to establish and navigate reflective dialogical spaces, enabling dialogue to address difficult issues. Key mediation skills, including the use of reflections, will be taught to assist colleagues, coworkers, and employees in transitioning from weakness to strength and from self-absorption to responsiveness.

By applying these skills, participants will learn how to break the destructive cycle of conflict interaction. They will support their employees or subordinates in regaining strength, moral center, and concern for others, fostering personal growth, confidence, capacity building, and internal resourcefulness within their teams.

Ultimately, participants will learn to guide their employees to embrace conflict and change as transformative learning opportunities that help to reflect on thought structures and patterns of actions, particularly those that become apparent only during conflict and change.

WHO IS YOUR COACH IN THIS MODULE

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I invite you to perceive conflict as an opportunity for growth and transformation, recognizing it as a crisis in human interaction that extends beyond disagreement. In doing so, you can learn to counteract inner obstacles such as judgment, fear, and cynicism that stand in the way not only for resolving conflicts, but also for all kinds of change and innovation processes.

Christian Hartwig / Head of the German Federal Association for Mediation. Also Mediator, Trainer and Lecturer in the Field of Conflict Transformation and Mediation / Magdeburg, Germany

HOW DOES IT HELP
AS IT RESONATES FROM OUR ATTENDEES

I can use conflicts for change, that is what I have become aware of.

I am surprised how easily I am able to deal with it differently now.

Listening, communicating more, also setting boundaries have all grown.

I have learned it is better not to avoid conflicts and not to take them personally.

Reminded me of the importance of my self-care.

I learned that it is very valuable to stay calm during a discussion, not to get involved in the other person’s emotions, and to remain as objective as possible.

We learned to pause in front of obstacles, to explore and, under certain circumstances, to reorient ourselves, to better master some situations, be it a conflict or in a conversation.

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WHO IS YOUR FACILITATOR
IN THIS MODULE

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The gifts an obstacle presents can be an invitation to be curious, to look from a new perspective, to strengthen your reflex of adaptation, and even to discover a new awareness of one’s connection to another.

Coco Lamenzo, Facilitator for transformative learning experiences @Attentability