Bringing People Together Challenges and Opportunities. Conflict Resolution Saskatchewan Inc. & The ADR Institute of Saskatchewan. Agenda. Introductions Guidelines Opening Address –Intense emotions, anger, rage and the Brain Transformative learning : The cooperative learning process
Conflict Resolution Saskatchewan Inc.
The ADR Institute of Saskatchewan
Confucius, 450 B.C.
Working groups: 9- 9:15
Base groups: 9:15- 9: 45
He left his 17 camels to his three sons on his death.
The oldest son would get 1/2 the camels.
The middle son would get 1/3 of the camels.
The youngest son would get 1/9 of the camels.
The sons were confused. Then a wise
Woman came along on her camel
And resolved the problem.
How many camels did each son get?
1. OBSERVE: The concrete actions we are observing that are affecting our well-being
2. FEELINGS: How we feel in relation to what we are observing
3.NEEDS: The needs, values, desires, etc. that are creating our feelings
4.REQUEST: The concrete action we request in order to enrich our lives
If you want the truth to stand clear before you, never be for or against. The struggle between ‘for’ and ‘against’ is the mind’s worst disease.
Sent-ts’an, c - 700 CE
“People do the best they can with what they know. When they know better, they do better.”