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De-escalating Conflict

Conservation organizations have faced increasing external conflict and attacks that antagonize their work in a variety of settings (meetings, trainings, offices, public events, traveling). These attempts to interfere, frighten, and damage organizations require de-escalation techniques to safely and effectively protect the people and the organization.

This webinar provides skills and tips to address and de-escalate different types of conflict and attacks. Among the techniques and tips, the webinar reviews how to:

  • Be centered and present to de-escalate conflict
  • Assess the situation for appropriate approaches before deciding to and engaging in de-escalation
  • Diffuse intense and intimidating situations
  • Create space for effective communication in conflict
  • Establish safety during conflict and de-escalation
  • Respond as bystander

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