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Got Conflict? A Guide to Responding Effectively with Kristine K. Paranica

Join us for an experiential look at conflict resolution.

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About the Event

About this class:

This is a 4-week virtual class using the Zoom platform.

Tuesdays Sept. 26, Oct. 3, 10, 17 -  7-8:30 pm CT

About this class:

This course is designed for anyone, and any level, because we all experience conflict.  We will learn more about how and why we respond in certain ways in conflict, what our conflict styles are, and how we experience conflict internally and relationally.  We will practice skills for effective conflict management and learn new ways to respond that can lead to much better conversations.

Instructor bio:

Kristine K. Paranica is a Certified Transformative Mediator(TM), a Conflict Coach, and an Organizational Ombuds.  She has worked in higher education for over 25 years.  She led the Conflict Resolution Center and taught at the UND School of Law for 17 years, and is now at NDSU.

Sponsored in part by North Dakota Community Foundation

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