Community, COVID & Conflict: Navigating the hard stuff in this new world

The word conflict written out nicelyJoin us for a workshop exploring tips, tricks, and skills around managing conflict, hard conversations and challenging moments in this uncharted COVID world — and beyond.

How to tell friends to put a mask on, stop stealing your food, and turn down the music while staying on good terms. How to you fix things after you have let someone down? How to set the stage for a hard conversation when you really want the relationship to continue? Are you a good listener?

Great for student leaders, those who detest conflict and students who want to form deeper connections with peers.

The session runs approximately four hours on Zoom and five hours for in-person sessions. To register, please click on the session you are interested in. Co-sponsored by the Dean of Students Office and the Wellbeing Project.

Please note that our October 11 session is currently at capacity and is no longer open for sign-ups.

For questions please email Stacey Harris.

Boston University strives to be accessible, inclusive and diverse in our facilities, programming and academic offerings. Your experience in this event is important to us. If you have a disability (including but not limited to learning or attention, mental health, concussion, vision, mobility, hearing, physical or other health-related), require communication access services for the deaf or hard of hearing, or believe that you require a reasonable accommodation for another reason please contact the event organizer Stacey Harris at harriss@bu.edu to discuss your needs.

 

Conflict - Navigating the hard stuff in this new world (Upcoming Sessions)

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