Helping College Students Transform Conflict

No one can escape the fact that conflict is a part of everyday life, including on college campuses. However, instead of fearing conflict, there are ways to engage it to make it work on our behalf. Creating an environment that is safe for communication, creativity, and problem-solving along with the giving and receiving of constructive feedback helps students to rise above disagreements to the place where diverse ideas come together to move everyone forward. 

Learn how to help students better understand conflict in order to determine the most skillful ways to engage in it. In this 30-minute Lunch & Learn, Conflict Resolution Expert and U-Thrive Educational Services Key Contributor, Dr. Lynne Maureen Hurdle will provide strategies for effective conflict management to help your students skillfully respond rather than react in the heat of the moment.

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