Utilising conflict situations to improve collaboration. 4TU.CEE organizes this 1-day interactive workshop that offers the space to explore the nature of conflict in interdisciplinary settings and provides tools to effectively resolve or manage the ensuing tensions with the end result of more harmonious working relations and better communication.
Working in interdisciplinary groups entails working with difference. Working with difference brings us to the intercultural communication approach with its emphasis on learning about the Self, so that we can successfully learn about the Other.
Using elements of Emotional Intelligence, Intercultural Conflict Styles and Negotiation across Cultures will help you to experience conflicts as an enriching opportunity for learning and collaboration.
You will thus employ theory on intercultural conflict management together with experiential exercises you can use in your own practice, self-reflection and experience sharing, as you co-author potential solution strategies for the concrete critical incidents you bring into the workshop and share with others.
12 February 2021
10.00-15:00h (breaks included)
Free of charge for anyone working at 4TU.
Drs. Marijke van Oppen, Cross-cultural trainer & Jana Holla, PhD, Cross-cultural trainer
Marijke van Oppen
Please note: We kindly ask you to make sure that you are going to be able to attend the workshop before registering. A minimum of 6 participants is required for the workshop to take place.
4TU.CEE@4tu.nl+31 (0)15 278 51 96