The Many Faces of Maslow: A Deep Exploration of Needs Based Negotiation

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The Many Faces of Maslow: A Deep Exploration of Needs Based Negotiation One Day - 8 hrs

When: April 18, 2015 from 9AM to 5PM

Where: Solace Crisis Treatment Center 6601 Valentine Way Santa Fe, NM

Total Cost: $195 with a $50 non-refundable deposit payable upon registration.

Registration Deadline: March 18, 2015

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Enrollment Limits: 15

Course Description

The Many Faces of Maslow: A Deep Exploration of Needs-Based Negotiation A One Day Training for Mediators, Coaches, Counselors, Teachers, Managers and Performance Improvement Professionals This one day program is designed to explore multiple Hierarchies of Needs that form the underpinnings of human motivation, conflict and conflict resolution. These are: the Deficiency Hierarchy (classic Maslow), the Growth Hierarchy, the Corporate Hierarchies and The Hierarchy of Need in the Body Politic (Nations). This information will assist you to: • Assess, understand and embrace conflict • Cut through the noise to the root of the matter • Discover what makes a “good fit” for teams, partnerships and relationships • Gain new and unsentimental perspective about our common humanity • Access tools to navigate and negotiate personal and social unrest Conflict scenarios and tools to assist with resolution will be role played and practiced in small groups. The approaches to conflict resolution and transformation presented in this training will assist professionals in all fields—from mediation, human resources, management, coaching and education—to bring greater wisdom to their interactions with peers, co-workers, clients and teams