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  • 1st Module - Cooperation and Competition, Conflict Styles and Outcomes - Peacebuilding
    aware of the way they act in conflict For peacebuilding knowing how you react to conflict and communicate with people is very important Here we focus on the Personal Conflict Style Inventory developed by Ron Kraybill and Mennonite Conciliation Services 1987 It is a brief questionnaire that uses the five conflict styles identified in the Thomas Kilmann instrument accommodation compromise competition avoidance and collaboration Conflict Outcomes Zero sum and Non zero sum situations Frequently who is in conflict thinks that one party will win and the other will lose or the parties will find a compromise Conflict is perceived as a zero sum situation i e a situation where the gain of one part corresponds to the loss of the other In other words the outcome is seen as a fixed pie the more I get of it the less you ll get if I get it all you ll get none In compromise we split the pie Nonetheless experience tells us that very often in violent conflicts both parties lose Frequently if no party can impose herself over the other s and they cannot compromise the costs of fighting of each party will be so high that no matter what the gain is costs are higher In other words frequently parties in conflict lose more than they gain A traditional aim of conflict transformation is to help the parties to see conflict as a non zero sum situation where both parties can win or both can lose That is to expand the pie Activities you can use when working on this content include Popeye A quick to organise easy to understand and funny to play activity Though quick to play it can provide for hours of reflection on adversarial and competitive assumptions about negotiation and how these can influence

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  • 1st Module - Cooperation and Competition, Conflict Styles and Outcomes - Peacebuilding
    Staff Article Summary of Cooperation and Conflcit by Morton Deutsch in CRInfo http www crinfo org articlesummary 10166 Deutsch Morton Cooperation and Competition based on interview in Beyond Intractability http www beyondintractability org audio 10323 Beersma Bianca et al Which Reward Structure Works Best A New Perspective on Cooperation and Competition in Teams http gbspapers library emory edu archive 00000156 01 GBS OM 2002 003 pdf Saveri Andrea Rheingold Howard Soojung Kim Pang Alex Vian Kathi Toward a New Literacy of Cooperation in Business Managing Dilemmas in the 21st Century Institute For The Future 2004 http www iftf org docs SR 851A New Literacy Cooperation pdf Conflict Handling Styles Many tools are available to help individuals be aware of the way they act in conflict For peacebuilding knowing how you react to conflict and communicate with people is very important Here we focus on the Personal Conflict Style Inventory developed by Ron Kraybill and Mennonite Conciliation Services 1987 It is a brief questionnaire that uses the five conflict styles identified in the Thomas Kilmann instrument accommodation compromise competition avoidance and collaboration Conflict Outcomes Zero sum and Non zero sum situations Frequently who is in conflict thinks that one party will win and the other will lose or the parties will find a compromise Conflict is perceived as a zero sum situation i e a situation where the gain of one part corresponds to the loss of the other In other words the outcome is seen as a fixed pie the more I get of it the less you ll get if I get it all you ll get none In compromise we split the pie Nonetheless experience tells us that very often in violent conflicts both parties lose Frequently if no party can impose herself over the other s and they cannot compromise the costs of fighting of each party will be so high that no matter what the gain is costs are higher In other words frequently parties in conflict lose more than they gain A traditional aim of conflict transformation is to help the parties to see conflict as a non zero sum situation where both parties can win or both can lose That is to expand the pie Activities you can use when working on this content include Popeye A quick to organise easy to understand and funny to play activity Though quick to play it can provide for hours of reflection on adversarial and competitive assumptions about negotiation and how these can influence the outcome Green Card Red Card Inspired by Game Theory specifically by the Prisoner s Dilemma this activity provides a situation where participants choice of cooperating or competing have evident effects in terms of their outcomes Win All You Can A version of the prisoner s dilemma that can be played in teams This powerful game can provide for a thorough debriefing Shall We Negotiate Five sets of cards of different colours Each colour has a different negotiating power Each participant has 5

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    Brad Integrative or Interest Based Bargaining in Beyond Intractability Eds Guy Burgess and Heidi Burgess Conflict Research Consortium University of Colorado Boulder Posted June 2003 http www beyondintractability org essay interest based bargaining Wertheim E Negotiations and Resolving Conflicts An Overview http web cba neu edu ewertheim interper negot3 htm Activities you can use when working on this content include Role Sketches Quick role plays involving negotiation skills Participants are provided with essential profiles of their characters so that much is left to their improvisation Debriefing can be focused on different aspects of negotiation Negotiation Role Play A role play reproducing a two party negotiation between a Caritas representative and a local association Players profiles are more detailed than in Role Sketches resulting in participants needing a little more time to learn their profiles before role playing The situation created allows for different outcomes there is no right solution Role Play Smith vs Patel A negotiation role play taken from Peacebuilding A Caritas Training Manual It elaborates on a classic scenario used in conflict resolution training there is one orange two persons want that orange They struggle to get it Eventually they might come to realise the one needs only the orange s peel and the other needs the flesh Workers Payoff This simulation game provides a framework to practice two party negotiation between groups and focuses on how participants with different BATNAs act in negotiation It needs some preparation and participants need to be introduced well to the rules for the play It can be a lot of fun and provides experience for a substantial debriefing Too Many People To Deal With A negotiation role play with five different parties The framework of the activity provides a system to measure participants outcomes and a bottom line BATNA for each

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    Talk 4 272 bytes New page Harvard Negotiation Project has developed a method that is articulated into four principles or parts Separate the people from the problem Focus on interests not positions Latest Earliest View newer 50 older 50 20 50 100 250 500 Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php 3rd Module Principled Negotiation Views Page Discussion View source History Personal tools 91 105 69 17 Talk for

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  • 3rd Module - Principled Negotiation - Peacebuilding
    Research Consortium University of Colorado Boulder Posted June 2003 http www beyondintractability org essay interest based bargaining Wertheim E Negotiations and Resolving Conflicts An Overview http web cba neu edu ewertheim interper negot3 htm Activities you can use when working on this content include Role Sketches Quick role plays involving negotiation skills Participants are provided with essential profiles of their characters so that much is left to their improvisation Debriefing can be focused on different aspects of negotiation Negotiation Role Play A role play reproducing a two party negotiation between a Caritas representative and a local association Players profiles are more detailed than in Role Sketches resulting in participants needing a little more time to learn their profiles before role playing The situation created allows for different outcomes there is no right solution Role Play Smith vs Patel A negotiation role play taken from Peacebuilding A Caritas Training Manual It elaborates on a classic scenario used in conflict resolution training there is one orange two persons want that orange They struggle to get it Eventually they might come to realise the one needs only the orange s peel and the other needs the flesh Workers Payoff This simulation game provides a framework to practice two party negotiation between groups and focuses on how participants with different BATNAs act in negotiation It needs some preparation and participants need to be introduced well to the rules for the play It can be a lot of fun and provides experience for a substantial debriefing Too Many People To Deal With A negotiation role play with five different parties The framework of the activity provides a system to measure participants outcomes and a bottom line BATNA for each participant A hard play but it can be a lot of fun Preparing Your Negotiation It

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  • 3rd Module - Principled Negotiation - Peacebuilding
    booksummary 10204 Spangler Brad Integrative or Interest Based Bargaining in Beyond Intractability Eds Guy Burgess and Heidi Burgess Conflict Research Consortium University of Colorado Boulder Posted June 2003 http www beyondintractability org essay interest based bargaining Wertheim E Negotiations and Resolving Conflicts An Overview http web cba neu edu ewertheim interper negot3 htm Activities you can use when working on this content include Role Sketches Quick role plays involving negotiation skills Participants are provided with essential profiles of their characters so that much is left to their improvisation Debriefing can be focused on different aspects of negotiation Negotiation Role Play A role play reproducing a two party negotiation between a Caritas representative and a local association Players profiles are more detailed than in Role Sketches resulting in participants needing a little more time to learn their profiles before role playing The situation created allows for different outcomes there is no right solution Role Play Smith vs Patel A negotiation role play taken from Peacebuilding A Caritas Training Manual It elaborates on a classic scenario used in conflict resolution training there is one orange two persons want that orange They struggle to get it Eventually they might come to realise the one needs only the orange s peel and the other needs the flesh Workers Payoff This simulation game provides a framework to practice two party negotiation between groups and focuses on how participants with different BATNAs act in negotiation It needs some preparation and participants need to be introduced well to the rules for the play It can be a lot of fun and provides experience for a substantial debriefing Too Many People To Deal With A negotiation role play with five different parties The framework of the activity provides a system to measure participants outcomes and a bottom line

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