“Transitioning from a regular employee status to a supervisory role puts forth changes and challenges that need to be addressed. Being able to effectively instruct others, while retaining positive relationships are essential abilities of professional supervisors. Supervising others requires excellent communication and conflict resolution skills. In this course, students get the answers they need to help them overcome the supervisory problems they’ll encounter in their first weeks on the job. Supervising others isn’t easy; but with the challenges come rewards.”
“We’re pleased to add this one-day cross-cultural management program to our course offerings, and we think you’ll love it too. We’ve designed an engaging program that includes information on key management skills (such as team building, conflict resolution, and talent building) with a cultural spin. As with all NETC Soft Skills courses, this package of customizable training materials includes a detailed instructor’s guide, student manual, handouts, a quick reference guide, PowerPoint slides, marketing advertorial, course outline, and more. We also offer this course as eLearning.”
“Conflict resolution is a valuable skill that can help you build relationships at work and at home. You will start this course by defining what conflict is and exploring various types of conflict. You’ll also learn about spontaneous and reflective behavior and you’ll use the Johari window to look at your behavior. Next, you’ll learn about the stages of conflict and various types of outcomes (including win/win). You’ll also have a chance to explore your personal conflict resolution style.”
“Anyone engaged in building professional relationships is aware of the damper that conflict can have on employee performance and productivity. Effectively communicating your organization’s performance expectations requires instructors to customize their students’ learning experiences. Offering continued education that is relevant to the daily experiences of students is the foundational ingredient for any business developing a practical, conflict resolution training plan.”
"Undertakes a historico-theoretical study to outline the constitutional and developmental predicament of the Native Indian people in Canada against the hegemonic models instituted by the Federal Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development. Analyses a factual survey done by Statistics Canada to highlight the various kinds of socio-economic problems being faced by Native Indians and to point out the prospects before them. Recommends an ecological alternative in the light of the new land rights being signed between the Federal Government and the Native Indians in Canada.