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  • Designing a Negotiation Scenario - Peacebuilding
    saying that you are going to ask participants to design scenarios for negotiation role play You can use the information in the above note if necessary Make sure everybody knows what a scenario for role playing is II Facilitate a brainstorming session by asking participants for situations examples of negotiation from their own lives or the lives of someone they know Ask contributors to briefly describe them and note down each situation on the flip chart Make a bulleted list III Together with the participants choose the most relevant situations examples IV Divide the plenary into as many sub groups as the number of situations examples chosen Try to have groups of equal size with a minimum of three and a maximum of seven participants V Each group s task is to create a role play scenario for negotiation Put the essential characteristics of a role play scenario up on a flip chart and briefly introduce them Essential characteristics of a role play scenario Description of the roles parties Who are they What do they want the object of negotiation Why do they want it their interests What alternatives do they have for obtaining it What power do they have in this negotiation What is their bottom line or BATNA Best Alternative to a Negotiated Agreement What is each party s relationship with the other party parties What importance do they give it To what extent do they want to preserve or improve it Are they bothered if it deteriorates What influence does each party have over the other s What external pressures are there if any on the parties VI Start group work allow sufficient time and give help if necessary VII After group work collect the role play scenarios Use them throughout the workshop Note Alternatives to this

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  • Designing a Negotiation Scenario - Peacebuilding
    characteristics of a role play scenario Papers and pencils for participants Procedure I Introduce the activity by saying that you are going to ask participants to design scenarios for negotiation role play You can use the information in the above note if necessary Make sure everybody knows what a scenario for role playing is II Facilitate a brainstorming session by asking participants for situations examples of negotiation from their own lives or the lives of someone they know Ask contributors to briefly describe them and note down each situation on the flip chart Make a bulleted list III Together with the participants choose the most relevant situations examples IV Divide the plenary into as many sub groups as the number of situations examples chosen Try to have groups of equal size with a minimum of three and a maximum of seven participants V Each group s task is to create a role play scenario for negotiation Put the essential characteristics of a role play scenario up on a flip chart and briefly introduce them Essential characteristics of a role play scenario Description of the roles parties Who are they What do they want the object of negotiation Why do they want it their interests What alternatives do they have for obtaining it What power do they have in this negotiation What is their bottom line or BATNA Best Alternative to a Negotiated Agreement What is each party s relationship with the other party parties What importance do they give it To what extent do they want to preserve or improve it Are they bothered if it deteriorates What influence does each party have over the other s What external pressures are there if any on the parties VI Start group work allow sufficient time and give help if necessary VII

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  • Permission error - Peacebuilding
    users in the group Sysops Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Talk Personal Conflict Style Inventory Views Page Discussion Personal tools 91 105 69 17 Talk for this IP Log in create account Navigation Homepage Contents Help pages Random page About this site Search CARITAS French version Spanish version Contact us Caritas website Donate online My collection Show collection 115 pages Collections help User collections The category contains

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  • View source - Peacebuilding
    Tell participants that there are a number of ways of responding to conflict and this tool is designed to help identify how they respond to conflict as soon as it occurs and after it has been going on for a while Also point out that it s important for people doing conflict transformation and peacebuilding work to know how they personally react to conflict in order to deal with conflicts in a healthy constructive way when they arise during their work III Have participants read the questionnaire and follow the listed instructions Allow sufficient time for answering the questions IV After participants have answered the questionnaire go through the scoring procedure if participants have difficulty with it V Debrief after the questionnaire by going through the different conflict styles and identify strengths and weaknesses for each one Tell them it s unnecessary to share their preferred conflict styles and that each conflict style has its strengths and weaknesses which makes them better in some situations than others Ask participants to call out strengths and weaknesses for each conflict style Write their responses on the blackboard or flip chart You may also encourage discussion Debriefing You might wish to have participants reflect on the cultural appropriateness of the inventory and how their responses to conflict are culturally influenced The following questions could be used for reflection In what circumstances are each of the five styles appropriate In your own cultural context what values do you place on each style Note Some participants may be uncomfortable with sharing but others may want to share Individuals will often talk in small groups with neighbours about their results Handout Personal Conflict Style Inventory Sheet Source This activity is included in Peacebuilding A Caritas Training Manual Originally from Kraybill R Mediation and Facilitation Training Manual

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  • Revision history of "Personal Conflict Style Inventory" - Peacebuilding
    contribs 2 583 bytes cur last 08 41 20 January 2009 Deepmike Talk contribs 2 583 bytes New page Activity Personal Conflict Style Inventory Aims To help participants explore their own responses to being in conflict To help participants reflect on different way Latest Earliest View newer 50 older 50 20 50 100 250 500 Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Personal Conflict Style Inventory Views Page Discussion

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  • Pages that link to "Personal Conflict Style Inventory" - Peacebuilding
    Inventory View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 1st Module Cooperation and Competition Conflict Styles and Outcomes links Conflict Outcomes Zero sum and Non zero sum situations links Category ACTIVITY links Category NEGOTIATION links Contents links View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Special WhatLinksHere Views Special Personal tools 91 105 69 17 Talk for this

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  • Personal Conflict Style Inventory - Peacebuilding
    of ways of responding to conflict and this tool is designed to help identify how they respond to conflict as soon as it occurs and after it has been going on for a while Also point out that it s important for people doing conflict transformation and peacebuilding work to know how they personally react to conflict in order to deal with conflicts in a healthy constructive way when they arise during their work III Have participants read the questionnaire and follow the listed instructions Allow sufficient time for answering the questions IV After participants have answered the questionnaire go through the scoring procedure if participants have difficulty with it V Debrief after the questionnaire by going through the different conflict styles and identify strengths and weaknesses for each one Tell them it s unnecessary to share their preferred conflict styles and that each conflict style has its strengths and weaknesses which makes them better in some situations than others Ask participants to call out strengths and weaknesses for each conflict style Write their responses on the blackboard or flip chart You may also encourage discussion Debriefing You might wish to have participants reflect on the cultural appropriateness of the inventory and how their responses to conflict are culturally influenced The following questions could be used for reflection In what circumstances are each of the five styles appropriate In your own cultural context what values do you place on each style Note Some participants may be uncomfortable with sharing but others may want to share Individuals will often talk in small groups with neighbours about their results Handout Personal Conflict Style Inventory Sheet Source This activity is included in Peacebuilding A Caritas Training Manual Originally from Kraybill R Mediation and Facilitation Training Manual Akron PA Mennonite Conciliation Services 1987 Retrieved

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  • Permission error - Peacebuilding
    users in the group Sysops Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Talk Green Card 2C Red Card Views Page Discussion Personal tools 91 105 69 17 Talk for this IP Log in create account Navigation Homepage Contents Help pages Random page About this site Search CARITAS French version Spanish version Contact us Caritas website Donate online My collection Show collection 115 pages Collections help User collections The category

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