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Managing Conflict with a Global Mindset is a Course

Managing Conflict with a Global Mindset

Started Jul 30, 2020

$990 Enroll

Full course description

 

Self Paced 30 Hours Digital Badge $990

 

Course Overview

Understand how the attributes of a “global mindset” affect global negotiation and conflict management. Identify different frameworks of conflict styles and learn tailored solutions for each. Analyze and understand the implications of cultural orientations for choosing an alternative dispute resolution. Utilize mediation to identify social dimensions and problem-solving skills to achieve a win-win settlement.


What topics will be covered

  • Introduction to Global Mindset Attributes & Conflict Management
  • Framework for Conflict Management Styles
  • Negotiation as Conflict Management
  • Embracing Tension in Conflict Management
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Breakthrough Strategy with a Global Mindset
  • Mediation as a Participant
  • Mediation as a Mediator
 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Faculty

   
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Professor Karen Walch

Dr. Karen S. Walch, is an Emeritus faculty member of Thunderbird School of Global Management, an executive educator, and a coach who specializes in social interaction skills of negotiation, collaboration, influence, and inclusion. Her facilitation and coaching are focused on developing leadership behaviors for maximum personal and organizational impact in a dynamic and disruptive global economy.


 

Questions & Other Information 

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To earn the Executive certificate you must finish the two self-paced online course with a finale score of 80% or greater in each course. It provides approximately 32 hours of content. Participants have up to one year from the purchase date to complete this course. The course is worth 3 continuing education credits.