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Navigating Conflict in Your Life

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Event Details:

Location: New FCC BUILDING OR WIFAQ, Doha, Qatar
Date: 5 February 2019 - 5 February 2019
Time: 08:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Ticket Purchase: At the door
  • CASH - 50QR
Phone: 66924776
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Navigating Conflict in Your Life:
An evening where we explore managing conflict in our lives and how to deal with it constructively.

In the session you will learn...
About your individual conflict style and how that impacts your relationships with others.
Effective tools to manage conflict with your children.
How to manage conflict at home, work, and all areas of your life.
How to guide your children in their conflicts at school.
What services does Wifaq provide to help resolve conflict

When: Tuesday February 5, 2019 from 5:30-7:30 pm
Where: NEW Wifaq Family Consulting Center, Lusail مركز وفاق
Cost: Free for members. You can purchase a membership at the door, or skip the queue and purchase in advance at the Sensory Souk store located in Royal Plaza.
Alternatively you can pay 50QR drop in fee.

Certificates of Attendance will be provided.

This is a family event, so please do bring your spouse/partner/friends/colleagues/neighbors etc. Babies are welcome, young children please arrange for babysitting.

Meet our Speakers:

Dr. Kelly Nelson, is a seasoned educator with 20 years of experience in higher education student affairs, academic administration, and teaching. She has worked in the US, Caribbean, and Qatar. Her work with diverse student populations and multicultural teams led to her passion for the field of intercultural competence and the role of culture in communication.

Dr. Matthew Nelson is a Higher Education Administrator with over 15 years of experience in educating students outside the classroom. He has worked in three different countries with many aspects of the student experience including student housing, student activities, orientation, and emergency response. Through this experience he has come to see conflict as a key learning outcome for student learning. He has taught about conflict management to students and professional and student staff.