Mon, Jan 09|
Introduction to Conflict Management
One of the main disruptions in the policing workplace today is conflict with colleagues. This course will give you sound principles and ideas for helping you and others with conflict management to assist towards building and maintaining a peaceful work environment.
Time & Location
Jan 09, 2023, 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. CST
About the Event
Unresolved conflict in the workplace rarely resolves itself and escalates if not addressed at the earliest opportunity.This three hour Conflict Awareness presentation is designed to increase awareness of what causes conflict and develop skills to more effectively resolve or prevent it. We will examine the brain’s response in conflict; conflict styles; the causes of conflict and communication skills. The workshop starts with some theory so the participants can understand why they react the way they do in conflict and finishes with some skill building. Combining theory and interactive exercises the presentation will provide an introduction to some of the foundational concepts in Conflict Management.
Our presenter, Melanie Gerhardt, is currently the Informal Conflict Management Practitioner with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in K Division (Alberta). Melanie has always had a passion for helping people, and it was a first-hand experience while managing her own team that led to her exploration of interest-based communication and ultimately further study in conflict management. Melanie has achieved a certificate in Conflict Resolution from Mount Royal University.
Here is a link to the BIO of presenter Melanie Gerhardt.
There is a cost to attending this Zoom Event. Once a "ticket" is purchased, a Zoom link will be emailed to you from CPCA President Bruce Ewanyshyn. Note: there is a 50% discount applied to all current CPCA members in good standing. This training is available at regular cost for non-CPCA members.
Upon completion of this webinar, participants will receive a CPCA Certificate from the CPCA Registrar. In addition, participants who are CPCA members will receive 1 credit on their training record in the subject category of Police Community/Family.
CPCA Member Discounted Price
$25.00 tickets are for CPCA Members. $50.00 tickets are for non-CPCA Members.$25.00+$0.63 service fee
Non-CPCA Member Ticket Price
$50.00 for non-CPCA Members$50.00+$1.25 service fee