Sonny Puzikas - Conflict Management-1

Sonny Puzikas - Conflict Management-1

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Conflict Management 1

Conflict is often described as an event in which the proverbial merde hits the proverbial oscillator... Quite an accurate description - as unpredictable consequences range from having a "close call" of unpleasant contact with the fecal matter to ending up covered in the stuff.

This course is much more than "verbal judo". Participants will receive a primer to training methodology dealing with the situations that could potentially escalate into uncontrolled conflict - ultimately morphing into physical violence with an unpredictable, and sometimes potentially lethal outcome.

To fully understand the concepts of efficient management of conflict, one must discern:

- What/who is the "merde"? And what/who is the fan?
- Which one are you in the context of the conflict?
- And what determines how big of a mess it will be?

To affect a course of action requires one to clearly understand the following:

1. The nature of the conflict
2. The purpose of the conflict
3. The origins of the conflict
4. The pillars of the violence

Words, posture, body language, positioning - all of that and much more are the ingredients that will have an effect on the direction of the conflict.

These are trained skills.

Through well-structured, interactive lectures and scenario training you will embark on the path of learning to exercise more control in the event of a conflict in your life - from casual workplace argument with a colleague, to a potentially deadly engagement with a criminal assailant.

This process is not unlike the physical fight high level performance on many levels is required to prevail.

Society instructs us to be goal-oriented. This makes us anxious. A goal is in the future. It is an illusion. It cannot be controlled. It- that elusive goal - can only be influenced by what we do.

So too are the consequences. Worrying about the outcome is akin to making payments on a loan you have not yet applied for.

Performance is in the "now". It is the present. Focus on performance improvement.

Better performance will lead to positive outcome - closer to that goal.

Some of the topics to be covered:

The lead in the conflict
Rhythm and timing of the conflict situation
Breaking it down
Direction and destination
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Bring note taking materials, training handgun, have your everyday carry items on you.