CLDP Managing Conflict Video

Are you interested in learning more about how to manage conflict? If you answered “yes”, you might listen to the Community Leadership Development Program (CLDP) Managing Conflict Video is intended. Conflict exists on different levels and each level requires its own tools to resolve, manage and live with conflict.  This video will add some tools to your toolbox!  David Kaar is known for causing conflict within MKP and will share some insights about the creative use of conflict and a little bit about how to put out the fires you start (or that others start and you are stuck in)!

This recorded session was held by the CLDP (Community Leadership Development Program) on: Thursday, May 14th, 4:00 to 6:00 PT / 7:00 to 9:00 ET. During this 2-hour video, you will see a four men run through a scenario to strategize how you would handle conflict as a leader.

TO PREPARE FOR THE WATCHING THE VIDEO:

Before the watching this video, we recommend that you ponder this question: 

What is the difference between these three reactions:  “I don’t like you” vs. “I don’t think that is the way to do that” vs. “I think that is just wrong”?

David Kaar has been around the ManKind Project from nearly the beginning.  He has held almost every position in MKP, and wrote the governance document which created those positions.  He has served as chairman of both MKP and MKP-International, led NWTAs and trained MKP leaders for over 30 years.  Now a leader emeritus, David has been certified as a Shadow Work facilitator, and is the one of the co-founders of “The Dragon Training: Energy, Agency, Audacity!”, a third level training bringing together Zen, Integral perspective and Shadow Work.  David has led 100+ trainings and 1000+ processes, bringing skill, compassion and humor to any container.  Having survived a near fatal accident in 2011, he also brings great gratitude.

CLP Managing Conflict Slide

CLP Managing Conflict Video

Author: T.P. Caruso

Retired from a healthcare and biomedical research career and now enjoying connections with anyone interested in history, geneology, healthcare, leadership or consciousness.

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