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MINDFULNESS & CONFLICT
MODULE 1

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Change and disruption trigger a conflict for many people, prompting obstacles such as judgement, cynicism and fear.

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Glas(s)Campus Course 2021

This module will teach and capacitate leaders and individual contributors as a mediating force to such obstacles.

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These new skills will empower them to effectively moderate change processes and adjustments in the operational structures.

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IN DETAIL

MINDFULNESS &CONFLICT

When we talk about conflict, we mean moments when we find ourselves in difficulties when we interact with others. Everyone has experienced this and knows how unpleasant it can be.

These challenges can cause us to turn away or react negatively. Sometimes we spread blame or show disdain or even mock. These obstacles are often the same ones that prevent us from making changes.

For sustainable change to happen, we must first become aware of these obstacles, and have space to practice new patterns of response. When applying new skills to conflict situations, we discover a new sense of agency and witness the outcomes improving.

After building personal awareness around conflict, we take you one step further. You become empowered by learning certain techniques of mediation. In the role of a mediator, you can manage change processes consistently and confidently.

PEOPLE IN THIS MODULE

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CHRISTIAN
HARTWIG

Mediator and Coach
Transformative mediation; Head of the German federal association for mediation
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COCO
LAMENZO

Facilitator and Coach
Transformative learning and mind-body work
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ELIZABETH
M. CLEMENT

Pastor and Coach
Organizational process and movement among cultures
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SEBASTIAN
RUDOLF

Founder and Facilitator
Mindfulness practices and listening in corporate environments

SOME MORE SHIFTS

I have learned how to give the other person space to reflect on themselves. This gives me time to assess the situation better.

I have learned how to perceive the other person’s burden in a caring way but not make it my own.

I have learned how to get the other person out of destructive thinking while retaining my own energy well.

I can use conflicts for change, that is what I have become aware of. And I am surprised how easily I am able to deal with it now.

I learned to pause in front of obstacles, to explore and, under certain circumstances, to reorient myself, be it in a conflict or in change.