Conflict Resolution for Leaders is a three-part online series. Students enrolled in the course must commit to attending all three dates:
- October 6, 2022 (6:00 – 8:30 pm PST, online)
- October 13, 2022 (6:00 – 8:30 pm PST, online)
- October 20, 2022 (6:00 – 8:30 pm PST, online)
Thanks to the generous support of Ch’nook donors, including Ovintiv Inc., Conflict Resolution for Leaders is FREE for course participants.
This three-part online course is open to all Ch’nook alumni (i.e. Aboriginal Management Program, Ch’nook Scholars, Métis Business Management Program, and Accelerated Business Program students). Sixteen students will be accepted into the program.
To ensure fairness, sixteen names will be drawn via lottery. If your name is selected, you will be offered a seat in the course. If you are interested in attending and can make ALL class dates, please submit your name and contact information below under “REGISTER NOW” for the class seat draw. Selected students will be notified at the beginning of October, 2022.
Who is this for?
Indigenous business professionals, managers, team leaders and supervisors responsible for maintaining a healthy and productive workplace.
Benefits for you
- Increase your awareness of how you respond to conflict and adapt your conflict response style to particular situations
- Identify behaviors and language that tend to provoke conflict
- Recognize powerful unstated conflicts and make them explicit, so they can be treated
- Use time-tested third-party techniques to assist others in resolving conflicts
- Structure a conflict management process in ways that reduce or resolve conflict
Trevor is an Adjunct faculty member at the UBC Sauder School of Business, where he teaches human and organizational behavior, conflict resolution, leadership and communication. He has also been a Mediator with the BC Labour Relations Board for more than 14 years, helping parties negotiate solutions to large, high-profile conflicts. He is particularly skilled at handling interactions between senior leaders on politically sensitive issues involving those under their leadership.