During this interactive, two-hour workshop, participants will explore how thinking patterns inform behaviour in conflict situations. Led by two of Leap’s expert trainers, we will share frameworks and tools for understanding how we can impact the outcomes of conflict situations through our thoughts and interpretations. In this engaging small group workshop, participants will have time to reflect on how to apply these frameworks to themselves in conflict as well as think about how frameworks can be applied and shared in your work with young people.
- Explore the difference between facts and interpretations in conflict and how these impact behaviour and outcomes
- Explore some of my own interpretations and their impact
- Explore the relevance of interpretations for young people in conflict
This session is delivered by Leap Confronting Conflict as part of our new Youth Practitioners’ Leadership Programme.
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Date: 05 August 2020 - 05 August 2020
Time: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Location: Zoom, details will be sent once your have booked your space
About this event
- This training is part of a series of taster sessions related the Rise Up Youth Practitioners’ Leadership Programme. Please click here to learn more.
- We offer training on a range of different topics, free to London Youth members. Click here to view more training.
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