Conflict management coaching, also known as conflict coaching, is a specialized niche in the field of coaching and conflict management. It is a one-on-one technique, in which a trained coach assists people to effectively manage specific disputes or prevent unnecessary ones. Conflict management coaching also helps clients to strengthen their competence to more effectively engage in conflict.
This specialized coaching process has wide application in organizational, family and other contexts - for coaching people to independently manage their disputes, to more effectively engage in challenging communications, and to participate with more confidence in mediation or other ADR processes.
The outcomes of this workshop are that participants will gain:
- the theory, principles and methods specific to the CINERGY® model of conflict management coaching;
- an introduction to and basic working knowledge of conflict management coaching using the CINERGY® model;
- an understanding of the types of skills required to provide conflict management coaching;
- experience of the coaching model as a coach, ‘client’ and observer;
- knowledge of the applications of this technique; and
- suggested documents and information about the logistics of conflict management coaching.
January 12 - February 10, 2021 as follows:
Class 1: Tuesday, January 12 (9 am – noon)
Intersession 1: in pairs, due before Class 2 (1 hour)
Class 2: Wednesday, January 13 (9 am – noon)
Skills Practices 1 & 2: to be scheduled January 14-25 – scheduled with your assigned partner and CINERGY coach-mentor (2 hours each – total of 4 hours)
Class 3: Tuesday, January 26 (9 am – noon)
Intersession 2: solo reading due before Skills Practices 3 & 4 (1 hour)
Skills Practices 3 & 4: To be scheduled January 27-February 2 – scheduled with your assigned partner and a CINERGY coach-mentor (2 hours each- total of 4 hours)
Class 4: Wednesday, February 3 (9 am – noon)
Intersession 3: in pairs, due before Class 5 (2 hours)
Class 5: Tuesday, February 9 (9 am – noon)
Intersession 4: solo assignment, due before Class 6 (1 hour)
Class 6: Wednesday, February 10 (9 am – 11 am)
Attendance for all sessions is mandatory. Credit is only given for hours attended and intersession work completed.
Total Credit Hours: 33
Instructor: Cinnie Noble
Prerequisites: Communications in ADR is recommended, but not mandatory
Pre-course Reading: Participants are asked to purchase Conflict Management Coaching: The CINERGY Model and read chapters 2 and 4 prior to the first day of the class. Options to purchase the book can be found at:https://www.cinergycoaching.com/conflict-management-coaching-cinergy-model/ Successful completion of an optional questionnaire on these two chapters provides two extra credits
Options to purchase the book can be found at: https://www.cinergycoaching.com/conflict-management-coaching-cinergy-model/
Conflict Management Coaching Course Withdrawal Policy
Course payment is due November 12, 2020, unless the course is full. If the course is full, full payment is due immediately upon registration/notification otherwise you will forfeit your spot. Withdrawals are accepted without penalty until November 12, 2020. If a student withdraws after November 12, the ADR Institute of Alberta (ADRIA) will retain $1000 .
Course Cancellation Policy
If a minimum number of students is not reached 21 days prior to the course start date, the course will be cancelled and payment will be reimbursed.
Course Completion Policy
Students must attend 100% of the training to receive a certificate of course completion. Unless otherwise specified, the entire course must be completed on the dates it is offered in that session - if a course is offered in two or more parts, they cannot be taken in separate sessions or locations.