Co-Sponsored By: Tribal Leadership Initiative and Indian Dispute Resolution Services*
Purpose – This training promotes age-old concepts of consensus building that Indigenous nations used for thousands of years to support what is today called “win-win” decision-making. You will learn how to: persuade, convince and influence others; listen “proactively”; negotiate procedural ground-rules that will promote order and mutual respect during negotiations; identify and satisfy your and the other side’s “underlying interests”; phrase your proposals and respond to other’s proposals; defuse anger and disruptive behavior; identify and use your unique sources of leverage; and craft written agreements that are clear, lasting and enforceable. You will learn and practice the skills you need to effectively resolve conflicts and build cooperation and agreements.
November 12, 13, & 14, 2019
NAU Native American Cultural Center
Bldg. #14, Northern Arizona University, 318 W McCreary Drive, Flagstaff, AZ 86011
THIS FORM IS FOR CONFERENCE ATTENDEE REGISTRATION ONLY!
*35 seats available
*Indian Dispute Resolution Service (IDRS) is a National Indian governed non-profit organization that has been working in Indian Country since 1989.