Recognising Conflict von Dr. Juan Diaz-Prinz

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Über den Vortrag

Der Vortrag „Recognising Conflict “ von Dr. Juan Diaz-Prinz ist Bestandteil des Kurses „Conflict Management (EN)“. Der Vortrag ist dabei in folgende Kapitel unterteilt:

  • Recognising Conflict
  • Case to understand the topic
  • Definition and Types of Conflict
  • Natural flow of conflict
  • Types of Approaches

Quiz zum Vortrag

  1. A disagreement or incompatibility of wishes needs or interests.
  2. Active or physical contest
  3. A difference of opinion
  4. Problem-solving
  1. Parties have an interdependent relationship
  2. Parties need each other to achieve success
  3. Who is right and who is wrong
  4. When people are being difficult
  1. Data
  2. Problem-solving
  3. Identity
  4. Interests
  5. Relationship
  1. A situation in which neither side can win and neither wants to back down
  2. An attack and a counter attack.
  3. An escalation of conflict.
  4. A compromise
  5. Avoiding conflict
  1. A series of actions and reactions in which the conflict intensifies.
  2. When the relationship over a longer period of time.
  3. A surprise attack.
  4. When all of a sudden the problem is solved.
  5. Concessional bargaining.
  1. Is there a conflict spiral?
  2. Are the parties in a stalemate?
  3. Do the parties wish to de-escalate?
  4. Have the parties begun negotiations?
  5. What is the problem?

Dozent des Vortrages Recognising Conflict

Dr. Juan Diaz-Prinz

Dr. Juan Diaz-Prinz

Dr. Juan Diaz-Prinz has spent 15 years working with political, social and economic leaders on improving their conflict management skills. He has taught this subject at various international universities for 13 years. Over the years he has been able to bring together theory and practice of negotiations into a unique approach. Recently, he has been working in the private sector with business leaders to help them find their negotiator's voice.

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