Wednesday, March 25, 2020 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
The registration period has closed for this event.
Cultural differences play a role in most conflict; the Intercultural Conflict Style Inventory will help you understand how you manage those differences when tensions rise.
To some degree, conflict is a part of every workplace; our ability to manage conflict determines whether it gets in the way of our work or not. In many cases the conflict we have with others is based on a difference of values, beliefs or behaviours, i.e. it is intercultural. The Intercultural Conflict Style Inventory® (ICS), developed by Dr. Mitchell Hammer, measures how we respond in conflict situations based on two cultural factors - how we communicate, and how we express our emotions. Participants will have the opportunity to determine their personal conflict styles, and consider some of the strengths and challenges they may have with those who have different styles. There is a $25 departmental fee (paid for by a participant's department or faculty) to attend this workshop.
Mackintosh-Corry Hall, B176 Seminar Room
68 University Avenue
Kingston, On K7L 3N6
Once you're in the building, take the stairs or elevator across from the cafeteria down to the basement and you will see the Faculty and Staff Learning Facilities straight in front of you.
Registration open through 2020/3/25 12:00 PM EST