This workshop introduces basic concepts about conflict and focuses on conflict style.
I was first introduced to conflict style in the early 1990s during my Alternative Dispute Resolution training, using the Thomas Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument. Currently in my training, I use the Kraybill Conflict Style Inventory, Style Matters. (This means there are licensing costs to the workshop.)
We all have a conflict style, and investing some time in developing your understanding of it pays big dividends in your relationships within groups. Please explore Style Matters from the link above!