Overview

Why This Training?


Inside every small conflict is a significant conflict trying to get out. A minor conflict, incorrectly handled, may escalate to become a substantial conflict spreading like wildfire. We can see the devastating consequences of unchecked conflict within our churches today. These unresolved conflicts cost us time, money, and energy that may serve better elsewhere if we are proactive in dealing with them when they were small. The consequences of this lack of peace within some of our congregations have divided families, split congregations, and cost precious souls.


What Makes This Training Different?


While based on years of solid research, our training works because it is simple, skills-based, and practiced, so each student leaves the class knowing they can perform the skill. Each student will go with the skills needed to change a conflict, not just head knowledge. Further practice will be expected post-instruction for continued development of skills and growth in mastery of them.

 

Three Goals

  • We aim to make the material explainable, transferable, and sustainable.

  • We desire to “train the trainers” to deliver the material in their Regional Family of Churches.
  • We want to equip the trainers to be able to implement the skills they have learned, to help manage some of the conflict situations within their Regional Family of Churches.


Workshop Topics


An Overview Of Conflict

A Biblical View on Conflict

A Personal Conflict Example

The Sources of Conflict

The Level Of Conflict

The Spread of Conflict

The Conversation for Resolution

Dealing With Misunderstandings

The Intention Check

Relational Wisdom for Conflict Resolution

Self-Awareness & Self-Management

Effective Communication for Conflict Resolution

Practice Workshop Presentation Skills

Enrollment

Dates and Times

All classes will take place online at the dates and times listed below.
It's expected that registrants attend all five sessions.


Class sessions and topics as follows. All class times listed are Central Time:


ICOC Peacemakers Conflict Resolution February 2022 Sessions

Fridays, 7 pm - 10 pm


Conflict Dynamics 1: Friday, February 4, 2022 - 7pm-10pm

Conflict Dynamics 2: Friday, February 11, 2022 - 7pm-10pm

Relational Wisdom for Conflict Resolution: Friday, February 18, 2022 - 7pm-10pm

Clean Your Lens" Friday, February 25, 2022 - 7pm-10pm

Conflict Dynamics Review and Application: Friday, March 4, 2022 - 7pm-10pm



ICOC Peacemakers Conflict Resolution April 2022 Sessions

Saturdays, 1 pm - 4 pm


Conflict Dynamics 1: Saturday, April 2, 2022 - 1pm-4pm

Conflict Dynamics 2: Saturday, April 9, 2022 - 1pm-4pm

Relational Wisdom for Conflict Resolution: Saturday, April 16, 2022 - 1pm-4pm

Clean Your Lens: Saturday, April 23, 2022 - 1pm-4pm

Conflict Dynamics Review and Application: Saturday, April 30, 2022 - 1pm-4pm


Fees


It is recommended that at least four representatives from each Regional Family attend this class.

 

Regional Families with Developed Economies:

 $500 per person

 

Regional Families with Developing Economies:

 $250 per person

 

Requirements

  • Each participating Regional Family is responsible for providing the necessary technology for their representatives to participate in this online class.

  • Each trainer will participate in an online debrief after presenting the material to their respective Regional Family of Churches. Video conferencing technology is required.

  • Each trainer must have access to a computer/laptop, projector, and screen to present the workshop material to their respective Regional Family of Churches.

  • Each trainer must have a strong command of the English language as well as their native tongue to be able to on-board and present the material effectively.

Resources

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