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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Confrontation: What's the Best Approach $74.95
Managing Conflict $74.95
Coping with Accusations in the Workplace $74.95
Manager to Manager Conflict $74.95
Workplace Conflict: Recognizing and Responding to Conflict $74.95
Workplace Conflict: Strategies for Resolving Conflicts $74.95
Personal Conflict Styles $74.95
Conflict: Avoid, Confront, or Delay? $74.95

Bundle Price: $249.00
Total Savings: $350.60


Confrontation: What's the Best Approach

Managers often find confronting employees difficult and unpleasant. This Business Impact explores strategies for turning these confrontations into positive, win-win experiences.
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Managing Conflict

While often considered destructive, conflict can prove beneficial if properly managed. This challenge focuses on methods for managing conflict.
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Coping with Accusations in the Workplace

Conflict with coworkers is something we all deal with it at some point, and facing accusations in the workplace can be especially difficult. This Challenge explores some possible ways to address accusers.

Manager to Manager Conflict

Conflict between individuals of equal status and power can be difficult to resolve. This challenge focuses on strategies for resolving such conflict.

Workplace Conflict: Recognizing and Responding to Conflict

Conflict can have many causes – disagreements about who does what, or about how things are done, as well as disagreements related to personality and style. And inevitably, conflicts will arise in the workplace, so it's critical to be able to deal with them successfully. If you avoid conflict that requires quick, decisive action, or if you take an aggressive approach when you need to gain the commitment of the other person, you may make the situation worse. Unresolved conflict can intensify and hinder your productivity as you spend more time worrying about the conflict than achieving your goals. And remember, the costs of prolonged conflict can be high – negative emotions, blocked communication, and stress. But choosing the appropriate response based on the type of conflict is important. When you address conflict properly, you will experience a number of benefits: it can enhance your creativity and it can strengthen your relationships, for example. This course describes these and other benefits of conflict. It also explains the types of conflict situations you're likely to face in the workplace and describes appropriate responses depending on the outcome you want. Materials designed to support blended learning activities aligned with this course are available from the Resources Page.
  • classify a given conflict situation based on its type and severity
  • respond appropriately to a given conflict situation
  • recognize positive effects of conflict in the workplace

Workplace Conflict: Strategies for Resolving Conflicts

Whether you like it or not, conflict is an inevitable part of life. So learning to deal with it effectively is a key skill. The more quickly and effectively you can resolve a conflict, the sooner you can get on with more productive activities in your day. Additionally, each successfully resolved conflict will lead to more confidence and knowledge about how to approach other conflicts you may face in the future. This course describes techniques you can use to deal effectively with a conflict situation. You'll learn that an important first step is to define the conflict by clarifying the issues surrounding it. You'll also find out about the importance of describing the conflict to the other party in a way that doesn't make them defensive. In addition, the course outlines collaboration skills that can help you deal with conflicts effectively, building trust and cooperation and preventing the escalation of conflict. Materials designed to support blended learning activities aligned with this course are available from the Resources Page.
  • recognize how to clarify the issues in a conflict
  • recognize how to collaborate effectively in a conflict situation
  • talk constructively in a given conflict situation

Personal Conflict Styles

Understanding the five styles identified by Kenneth Thomas and Ralph Kilmann is useful for navigating conflict. This impact explores these five conflict styles.
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Conflict: Avoid, Confront, or Delay?

Conflict can be unpleasant, and it can become particularly difficult in the office, straining critical working relationships and jeopardizing performance. This Challenge Series exercise explores the various ways to deal productively with conflict.
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Workplace Conflict e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252521
  • Duration:
    3 hours
  • Price:
    $249