Collaboration and Conflict Resolution Skills: Water Quality Issues
November 5-8, 2013
A partnership course of the University of Virginia’s Institute for Environmental Negotiation and the Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation, this professional training course is designed for those who seek to build their skills in collaboration and conflict resolution, particularly when engaged in contentious water quality issues. Through dialogue, role-play, and discussions, participants come to grasp the connections among seemingly disparate issues and viewpoints and learn how to apply new negotiation and public engagement skills in their communities and workplaces.
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