2013-2014 Catalog


LDR-430 Leadership and Conflict

This course is an introduction to the scope and nature of leading self and others through conflict. Students will learn about their personal communication and conflict styles, will be introduced to biblical principles and prominent theories on conflict, as well as various techniques of managing conflict (with a focus on conflict coaching, negotiation, and mediation). Students will develop skills reflecting sensitivity to intercultural and diverse population contexts and needs. In addition, students will explore concepts of nonviolent social change. Students will have opportunity to develop and practice skills through in-class experiential activities, assignments, and observational coaching/evaluation.


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