Conflict management training

Our practice-oriented conflict management training introduces participants to alternative dispute resolution methods, tailored to the needs of the group. The methods will help participants to deal effectively with everyday conflict situations.

What happens in a conflict management training session?

Through experiential learning, participants will gain first-hand experience of the methods of mediation, restorative practices and facilitated discussion, as well as an understanding of their own areas for improvement and strengths. We work with real, real-life conflict situations, testing the theory through situational exercises.

If you want to improve your conflict management tools, come and join us for our conflict management training, tailored to your team according to your needs. And if you want to become a conflict management professional, we recommend our mediator training.

What do I get from conflict management training?

  • Training of a length and content adapted to the needs and capabilities of the team, whether it is half a day, one day or more.
  • Up-to-date theory, with practical examples, followed by exercises where you can try out what you have learned.
  • Practice-oriented training that makes everyday social situations more effective and human relations easier, with solutions that can be adapted to everyday situations.
  • Negotiation and conflict management tools for daily practice
  • Effective ways to reduce the emotional tension associated with conflict.


Opinions on the conflict management trainings of the Partners Hungary Foundation:

"The training gave me professional security. If you are looking for professional development, awareness, collaboration, this is a good opportunity."
by Rita Galambos (DIA)

"It has contributed to a positive change in my outlook. I warmly recommend it to everyone!"
Attila Polgár (Executive Office)

What I have learned, I "use" every day to manage my own conflicts and to support the conflicts of others. First and foremost, I learned awareness: To recognise my own "entrenchment" in my positions; to aim to create some new "platform" with the other party through identifying common interests; to not seek to maintain or let go of my own position; to accept my own and the other party's feelings and emotions and not work against them; to not pass judgement because I am not the champion of truth; to not resolve the conflict but to put cooperation on a new footing.
Gergely Zajkás
(Talent Acquisition Lead Talent Management / Acquisition, L&D MLEMEA, DHL Supply Chain)

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