The Power of Compassionate Conflict Resolution

conflict resolution

bulletIn-person training in St. Cloud, MN

bulletThursday, February 8, 2018

bullet1:30 pm-4:00 pm Central Time

bulletFREE for YIPA members

bullet$50 for non-YIPA members

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Conflict with youth is normal and to be expected. But too often, our response to conflict with youth fails to take into account the needs they are trying to get met. Misunderstanding leads to an escalation of behavior and more difficult circumstances, perhaps even with serious consequences for youth.

Good conflict resolution skills can enhance connection and understanding, which youth need for healthy development. Research demonstrates that youth workers who model healthy conflict resolution skills empower youth with social and emotional developmental assets. Learning to have better interactions with youth, especially in conflict situations, helps build relationships. And in the process, youth learn new skills to better communicate their needs and avoid conflict in the future.

Join us for a fun, participant-driven, and hands-on training. You’ll learn awesome tools to use with youth in conflict through real examples from your work while practicing skills you need to be successful in resolving conflict. Don’t miss your chance to attend this dynamic training.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn the connection between conflict and neuroscience, including the Adaptive Adolescent Model
  • Discover the difference between Win-Lose and Win-Win paradigms
  • Understand the four basic steps of Marshall Rosenberg’s Nonviolent Communication
  • Acquire and practice three effective communication tools to use with youth in conflict

Trainers

Elise M. Chambers is the Program Director of the Conflict Resolution Center, an attorney, a Qualified Neutral under Minn. Rule 114 and an adjunct professor at the University of Minnesota School of Law. Elise is also trained in facilitated dialogue methods, including Art of Hosting practices. Elise designs and implements trainings and facilitated processes for non-profit organizations, coalitions, government offices and businesses to help them address conflict and achieve their goals. Elise is the co-author and presenter of published research regarding youth brain development and the impact that the juvenile justice system and adolescent mental illness have on each other.

 

Marshall Bolin is a conflict resolution consultant, trainer and public speaker who works with groups, couples, and individuals. Marshall models for people of all ages how to communicate in a way that promotes mutual understanding to create the conditions for win-win solutions to emerge. He has previously worked as Youth Services and Restorative Justice Manager at the Conflict Resolution Center and with juvenile court diversion programs in Winona and Hennepin counties, including restorative justice conferences, youth circles, and conflict resolution education. Through blog, video and podcast Marshall illuminates the ways we get tripped up by the win-lose paradigm we’ve been taught. He shows people how adopting a new, needs-oriented language can restore troubled relationships.

 

Focus Area


Each of YIPA’s trainings are designed around MyYouthPro’s Competency Framework. The competency focus of this training is: Communications

Logistics

  • St. Cloud Police Department, 101 11th Ave N, St Cloud, MN 56303
  • Thursday, February 8, 2018
  • 1:30 pm-4:00 pm Central Time
  • FREE for YIPA members
  • $50 for non-YIPA members
  • Not a member? Annual memberships are only $99 for individuals and only $250 for organizations. Click here to join or learn more.
  • This training will count as 2.5 CEU hours for most boards. Please contact your board directly with questions on submitting.

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