Conflict Conversations - Negotiation for Christian Leaders
Negotiation is something that we all do every day. Even though we do it every day, most people are not natural born negotiators. And yet, negotiation is an important skill for Christian leaders, as it is often a reflection of our ability to navigate the shifts in Christian community. What does the Christian tradition teach us about negotiation and how we can use think knowledge to engage both our head and our heart?
In partnership with the Conflict Transformation Ministries of the NC Conference of the United Methodist Church, the Center for Reconciliation at Duke Divinity School is pleased to host a yearlong series of conversations about conflict transformation. Join us on Wednesday, March 21st with Grace J. Marsh, Executive Director, Elna B. Spaulding Conflict Resolution Center, Durham N.C., as she talks about Negotiation for Christian Leaders.
In addition to giving a short presentation and engaging participants' questions, Mrs. Marsh will provide practical resources and lists of materials to help equip us in our journey to be more self-aware and more confident as we work in and on conflict.
This event is co-sponsored by the Hispanic House of Studies, Methodist House of Studies, and Thriving Rural Communities.
Registration is requested but not required.