Family and Community Conflict Management

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Family and Community Conflict Management

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Welcome to Part 3; Learning about your Conflict Management Style and how you approach conflict. Are you accommodating, competitive, avoiding, compromising or collaborative? Thanks to Ron Kraybills' 'Dealing with Conflict’ adapted from: Kraybill, R, (2000). Foundations & Skills for Constructive Conflict Transformation, Mennonite Conciliation Service in Mediation and Facilitation Training Manual 4th ed. Akron, PA. I'll help you figure out which style is you, and NO style is wrong! If you would like a free analysis, feel free to contact me at fccmp.pmfrc1@gmail.com, ask for a "Conflict Management Style Analysis." Contact fccmp@pmfrc.org for more information!

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