NCBI’s award-winning Controversial Issues Process trains leaders to deal constructively with tough conflicts, enabling them to move disputing parties toward future cooperation. Participants learn the following set of skills: accurately defining a controversy, listening to and repeating back another side’s concerns, asking questions that elicit the heartfelt concerns underlying another side’s position, mapping out the concerns on each side of an issue, and reframing the issue in a way that produces action points that all sides can support. The skills taught in the NCBI Controversial Issue Process can be used by anyone in any conflict situation from simple misunderstanding to heated debate. The Process is effective because it enables participants to understand the factors underlying even the most intractable conflicts and to move beyond them. Sign up for this workshop today!
Please RSVP ONLY for yourself. Feel free to share this event invitation with your fellow Tigers! We will take care of the rest. Attendees who require accommodations to participate in the workshop should notify the Office of the Dean of Students of their need for accommodations and a best way for an NCBI facilitator to follow up with you.
Office of the Dean of Students333 LSU Student UnionBaton Rouge, LA 70803225-578-9442
Hosted by: Campus Life, Dean of Students (Office of the), National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI), Office of Diversity
Additional Information can be found at: lsu.campuslabs.com/engage/event/3862287
Friday, July 12, 2019 at 9:00am to 12:00pm