03:00 - 06:30
Chapel for Europe
rue Van Maerlant 22-24
Brussels, Belgium, 1040
CONFLICT RESOLUTION : HOW TO MANAGE BETTER OUR RELATIONSHIPS
« When I tell my problems the other person gets very defensive. And I have to repeat it again, and again, because they don’t seem to understand what I want to say. Actually, I hate conflicts, it’s a lot of stress, lot of energy, and mostly I finish by being hurt. »
« I have a high stress-resistance, and don’t have any issues with conflicting situations. However, people seem to be sooo sensitive, and we lose a lot of time with the emotional ni-na-nah. I wish we could resolve things faster and people would not get upset so easily. »
If these sentences sound familiar to you fully or partly, then this workshop is for you.
We will learn:
– How to express needs and problems openly and honestly without blame, criticism or finger-pointing
– What strategy to follow in a conflicting discussion to reduce the « heat » and have more understanding
– Spiritual inspirations which can help (reconciliation with God, with the others, with myself).
The workshop will be practice oriented, only a minimum amount of theory will be introduced to support the other parts: most of the time will be spent with personal activity, peer-exchange, and times for silence during the workshop.
The workshops will be led by:
Krystian Sowa, -A Jesuit experienced in giving the Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius of Loyola- An engineer experienced in coaching both managers and young professionals. -Will focus on the important links between spiritual and professional life.
Oliver Kozák, -Continuous Improvement senior advisor experienced in process improvement, personal and team efficiency, and leadership development for better performance. – Will focus on the important links between professional and spiritual life.
The trainers will also share their own experience.
Main language will be English.
-15:00 sharp introduction and the first part
-16:40 tea/coffee break
-17:00 second part and evaluation
There will be a possibility to attend the Sunday Mass for Young Europeans at 19:00 at the Chapel (celebrated in EN/FR)
The contribution of 10€ to the running costs of the Chapel, workshop materials and coffee break will be asked.
The training itself is offered by the Chapel and free of costs