Presenter: Karen Klomparens, dean of graduate studies, and John Beck, associate professor and director of the Labor Education Program at Michigan State University
0:00 - 1:25 Introduction1:25 - 3:42 Conflict case studies3:42 - 5:45 Basic assumptions when looking at conflict in academia5:45 - 8:29 Why focus on grad students?
0:00 - 1:25 The effects when students leave1:25 - 2:31 Conflict in dollars and cents2:31 - 5:21 Mentor-student relationships matter5:21 - 7:40 Conflict that brews7:40 - 9:09 Conflict depletes your options after time
0:00 - 3:04 Strategies for managing conflict3:04 - 5:25 What's the issue here?5:25 - 9:04 "The land of make believe called compromise"
0:00 - 3:15 The interest-based approach3:15 - 7:45 Using an example to determine the stakeholders, the issues and the interests7:45 - 9:28 How to use interests to find options
0:00 - 2:13 Creating a strong argument2:13 - 3:21 Partner interaction3:21 - 7:25 Final words7:25 - 9:39 Exploring your options to find a solution
0:00 - 4:38 Weighing your options4:38 - 6:26 How academics deal with conflict6:26 - 7:35 Academics are avoiders or accommodators7:35 - 9:44 The impairing effects of anger
0:00 - 3:08 Conflicts vs. expectations3:08 - 4:44 The problem with implicit expectations4:44 - 7:11 Setting explicit expectations
I Wrote my LLM thesis on this topic and would be happy to give a talk in this area. I am the only mediator in the Country that majors in University conflict resolution.
We arelight years behind the US UK & Aussies in this area. Once again happy to give a workshop or talk any time. THanks Alan
Posted by Prfo Alan Levy, Dec 3, 2010 3:33 AM