Growing through Change and Conflict Foundation

Duration
One-day workshop
Upcoming Dates

By arrangement (please contact us to discuss)

Cost Per Person

Contact abdul.rahim@placeforhope.org.uk for details.

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What will the day include?

  1. Understanding conflict: We will share what we mean by conflict, and how it ‘looks’ in our churches; we will also begin to explore our different approaches to conflict, and how we respond.
     
  2. Conflict transformation skills: Working with real life scenarios, we will explore skills like: how to work constructively with disagreements in groups and meetings; how to ‘lower’ the level of conflict; making good decisions in groups.
     
  3. Further resources: We will offer ideas and pointers for further training, including information about courses, and local/national resources.
Date and Venue Details

No dates scheduled -- please contact us for more details.

Who is it for?

This Foundation Day is intended for all in leadership in our churches for example: clergy, elders, deacons, readers, OLMs, youth leaders, mission leaders, licensed or commissioned lay leaders. 

What do I need to bring?

All refreshments, including lunch, will be provided. You will be asked to complete a short questionnaire in advance to identify your own style of responding to conflict, and to bring a ‘live’ experience of conflict, in home, church or work.

Who will facilitate the day?

The day will be facilitated by Place for Hope Practitioners, trained as mediators and facilitators.

Acknowledgements:
The Growing Through Change and Conflict Foundation is adapted from an original programme devised by Churches Together in Cumbria.

 

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