Resolving Conflict: Living and Working with People of Differing Backgrounds, Perceptions and Beliefs
Lifelong Learning

Why are we surrounded by so much conflict? Is it possible that we have come to prize our suffering -the problems that others are creating around us and the conflicts we remain embroiled in - so that this ''mistreatment'' from others can justify our view of them? The heart of the conflict that divides us is mutual objectification and blame of each other. Until we can see conflict partners as people - with their own hopes, dream, cares, and fears as real as our own - the justification will remain more important than the needed resolution. Join us to examine your own belief about the ''other'' and how to overcome that fear to find mutual respect and understanding.

Questions? Call Lifelong Learning at 801-587-5433 or use our online form.

Class Sections For Resolving Conflict: Living and Working with People of Differing Backgrounds, Perceptions and Beliefs (LLPOT 967)

Spring 2023 Section 1, Starting on: 03/04/2023

This class takes place in person at the University Connected Learning and Continuing Education building (540 Arapeen Drive, SLC). Class is limited to 16.

Date(s) Day Time Location
03/04/23 S 10:00 am -1:00 pm UUCE 120
Tuition: $45.00      

Instructor: IRENE OTA

Registration for this class will close on 03/03/2023 at midnight

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