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Date Title
Starts:
Jul 28
Ends:
Jul 30
Faith Conciliation and Conflict Management
Organizer: Monica Lichtenberger
Company Name: Phoenix Strategies
Starts:
8:15am
Ends:
4:45pm
Venue:
Online long distance learning
Phone: 7194400171
Description:

Please note this training is delivered via long distance online learning through the Zoom platform. You will need a device that has a good connection with the internet, a camera, audio and access to a printer.

Faith Conciliation Training is learning how to manage conflict or how to support others in managing conflict through faith conciliation principles. Faith-Based conflicts include:

Interpersonal between church members; faith non-profit managers and employees; pastors; regional hierarchy; church elders/ boards/governing committees; staff; committees; Christian school staff and students; and other denomination churches. May include gossip, slander, personalities, discrimination, misconduct, inappropriate sexual behaviors and power struggles.

Organizational/School Discipline involving exclusion from an organization or specific roles or activities.

Organization’s beliefs concerning theological tenets, moral interpretations and values differences.

Intra-personal arising from self-desires versus what God desires, seeking to change or grow away from an immoral nature.

Faith Conciliation Learner Objectives:

  1. Differentiate between mediation and conciliation
  2. Explore the nature and different levels of conflict
  3. Examine four faith-based principles that form the foundation for Faith Conciliation
  4. Discern how your beliefs may affect your role as a conciliator
  5. Identify collaborative, facilitative, interest-based strategies and techniques 
  6. Clarify six conflict manager roles
  7. Gain insight into case management
  8. Experience coaching, conciliation, dialogue and appreciative inquiry processes
  9. Integrate Triple-Loop Learning into the coaching process
  10. Discover how to prepare participants for faith dispute resolution processes
  11. Identify support needed to address apologies and forgiveness and success indicators
  12. Recognize systemic church or organization’s role in conflict 
  13. Participate in interactive role-plays and scenarios relevant to faith-based situations.
  14. Be familiar with different church governance models and decision authority.

  

Cost: $650