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  • Brainstorming on Culture and Negotiation - Peacebuilding
    chart What is culture II Have participants answering Stimulate participation quantity is more important than quality Write all emerging ideas on the flip chart If necessary use more papers and tie written papers on the wall in order to be visible to everybody III Stimulate discussion between participants different views IV If participants ask for it after brainstorming you can provide one or more definitions of culture for example That complex whole which includes knowledge belief art morals law custom and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society E B Taylor The essence of culture shared tacit assumptions E Schein Culture as a learned set of shared interpretations about beliefs values and norms which affect the behaviours of a relatively large group of people M Lustig and J Koester Culture is the cumulative result of experience values religion beliefs attitudes meanings knowledge social organisations procedures timing roles spatial relations concepts of the universe and material objects and possessions acquired or created by groups of people in the course of generation through individual and group effort and interactions C Moore and P Woodrow V Write a second question on the flip chart How does culture affect way people negotiate VI Repeat the procedure at steps II and III Note This is a brainstorming session as a facilitator you should prevent yourself from exercising judgement on ideas expressed by participants Every idea is welcome and must be written down You can divide this activity in two parts and facilitate these at different times during the workshop The first part includes steps I to IV the second part includes steps V and VI Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Brainstorming on Culture and Negotiation Categories ACTIVITY NEGOTIATION Views Page Discussion View source History Personal tools

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  • Brainstorming on Culture and Negotiation - Peacebuilding
    or longer if needed Materials Flip chart papers Markers Process I Write the following question on the flip chart What is culture II Have participants answering Stimulate participation quantity is more important than quality Write all emerging ideas on the flip chart If necessary use more papers and tie written papers on the wall in order to be visible to everybody III Stimulate discussion between participants different views IV If participants ask for it after brainstorming you can provide one or more definitions of culture for example That complex whole which includes knowledge belief art morals law custom and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society E B Taylor The essence of culture shared tacit assumptions E Schein Culture as a learned set of shared interpretations about beliefs values and norms which affect the behaviours of a relatively large group of people M Lustig and J Koester Culture is the cumulative result of experience values religion beliefs attitudes meanings knowledge social organisations procedures timing roles spatial relations concepts of the universe and material objects and possessions acquired or created by groups of people in the course of generation through individual and group effort and interactions C Moore and P Woodrow V Write a second question on the flip chart How does culture affect way people negotiate VI Repeat the procedure at steps II and III Note This is a brainstorming session as a facilitator you should prevent yourself from exercising judgement on ideas expressed by participants Every idea is welcome and must be written down You can divide this activity in two parts and facilitate these at different times during the workshop The first part includes steps I to IV the second part includes steps V and VI Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org

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  • View source - Peacebuilding
    use these throughout the workshop You can modify the task instead of a 250 word scenario you can ask for a 50 or 100 word scenario Generally easier scenarios allow for more improvisation from players while more detailed ones can freeze spontaneity Even a two line scenario can provide action for several hours of debriefing For instance you can make a contest between participants on who writes the shortest best scenario for a negotiation role play Also you can have several pairs of participants playing the same very short scenario and conduct in between debriefing session in order to analyse and improve performances You can ask participants to write multi party role play scenarios with 3 4 5 or more parties Consider that writing scenarios with more the two parties can be quite complicate thus allow necessary time and provide help Handout Some Help for Writing a Role Play Your task You task is to design a scenario for a role play between two parties that involves negotiation skills Your scenario shouldn t be longer than 250 words including roles for both parties The essential element Conflict is an essential element of this kink of role plays You can create conflict for instance by supplying different information to each player by describing incompatible personalities attitudes or backgrounds and by creating contrasting goals or hidden agendas One example A Dinner Quarrel Role 1 husband You are Ilyas 37 agricultural worker It is 7 00 pm and you have just finished your shift at the farm A hard day it s harvesting season and you have been on a 10 hour shift since weeks You have just returned back home to find that dinner is not ready yet Your wife has just entered with the kids they too will have to eat

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    cur last 16 57 28 January 2009 Deepmike Talk contribs 4 480 bytes New page Purpose To have participants writing short simple scenarios for negotiation role plays Time At least 1 hour Participants Any number Materials Copies Latest Earliest View newer 50 older 50 20 50 100 250 500 Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Writing Short Plays Views Page Discussion View source History Personal tools 91 105

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  • Pages that link to "Writing Short-Plays" - Peacebuilding
    link to Writing Short Plays View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 Observing Role Players links Role Plays and Emotions 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 IP Log in create account Navigation Homepage

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  • Writing Short-Plays - Peacebuilding
    workshop You can modify the task instead of a 250 word scenario you can ask for a 50 or 100 word scenario Generally easier scenarios allow for more improvisation from players while more detailed ones can freeze spontaneity Even a two line scenario can provide action for several hours of debriefing For instance you can make a contest between participants on who writes the shortest best scenario for a negotiation role play Also you can have several pairs of participants playing the same very short scenario and conduct in between debriefing session in order to analyse and improve performances You can ask participants to write multi party role play scenarios with 3 4 5 or more parties Consider that writing scenarios with more the two parties can be quite complicate thus allow necessary time and provide help Handout Some Help for Writing a Role Play Your task You task is to design a scenario for a role play between two parties that involves negotiation skills Your scenario shouldn t be longer than 250 words including roles for both parties The essential element Conflict is an essential element of this kink of role plays You can create conflict for instance by supplying different information to each player by describing incompatible personalities attitudes or backgrounds and by creating contrasting goals or hidden agendas One example A Dinner Quarrel Role 1 husband You are Ilyas 37 agricultural worker It is 7 00 pm and you have just finished your shift at the farm A hard day it s harvesting season and you have been on a 10 hour shift since weeks You have just returned back home to find that dinner is not ready yet Your wife has just entered with the kids they too will have to eat You are damn hungry

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  • Writing Short-Plays - Peacebuilding
    role plays that can actually be played The advise is let participants play the scenarios use these throughout the workshop You can modify the task instead of a 250 word scenario you can ask for a 50 or 100 word scenario Generally easier scenarios allow for more improvisation from players while more detailed ones can freeze spontaneity Even a two line scenario can provide action for several hours of debriefing For instance you can make a contest between participants on who writes the shortest best scenario for a negotiation role play Also you can have several pairs of participants playing the same very short scenario and conduct in between debriefing session in order to analyse and improve performances You can ask participants to write multi party role play scenarios with 3 4 5 or more parties Consider that writing scenarios with more the two parties can be quite complicate thus allow necessary time and provide help Handout Some Help for Writing a Role Play Your task You task is to design a scenario for a role play between two parties that involves negotiation skills Your scenario shouldn t be longer than 250 words including roles for both parties The essential element Conflict is an essential element of this kink of role plays You can create conflict for instance by supplying different information to each player by describing incompatible personalities attitudes or backgrounds and by creating contrasting goals or hidden agendas One example A Dinner Quarrel Role 1 husband You are Ilyas 37 agricultural worker It is 7 00 pm and you have just finished your shift at the farm A hard day it s harvesting season and you have been on a 10 hour shift since weeks You have just returned back home to find that dinner is not ready

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  • Permission error - Peacebuilding
    in the group Sysops Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Talk Questions Exploring Cultures Approach to Negotiation 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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