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Coping with Aggression and Conflict

Duration: 1 day
Course Code: WWPCAC
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This programme gives greater insight into human behaviour, identifying why some people are difficult and how to deal with different types of people problems.

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Arrow London - Oxford St., London 5 October 2006 £420
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This programme gives greater insight into human behaviour, identifying why some people are difficult and how to deal with different types of people problems.
Performance Based Objectives
 
• Recognise the characteristics of difficult people
• Assess your own interpersonal skills
• Learn techniques to identify and change behaviour – both your own and others
• Learn how to stay calm in difficult situations
• Understand how personal issues can impact on work performance
• Learn effective techniques to minimise conflict
 
Programme Developed For:

Anyone who needs to understand, manage and prevent the development of situations involving aggression and conflict.
Programme Focus

Introduction & Objectives
Types of behaviour
• Identifying “difficult” people
• Why are people “difficult”?
• Fundamentals of conflict
Identifying aggressive types
• Levels of aggression
• Main causes of aggression
• Personality types
Communicating
• Confidently
• Calmly
• Control under pressure
• Professionally
Essential skills for coping with conflict
• Listening and questioning techniques
• Giving and receiving feedback
• Developing assertiveness techniques
• Negotiating a realistic outcome
• Verbal and non-verbal communication
A step by step approach
• Step by step techniques for changing behaviour
• Staying calm
• Challenging without damaging
• Motivating staff
Taking responsibility for difficult people
• Pre-empting difficult situations
• Positive resolution of problems
• Create a checklist for solving people problems


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