Counselling and Negotiation Skills for Management
What you'll learn
- Define the changing behaviors through Counselling
- Identify specific Techniques of Counselling
- Estimate the Role conflicts of Managers and Counselling
- Describe the application of Counselling in Specific Organizational Situations
- No experience is required
You might mirror that when you last encountered an issue, assuming you had the option to talk about it with somebody whom you trusted, you felt much improved. The individual whom you trusted in may have proposed specific strides to deal with the issue, which you might not have considered. Now and again the audience can direct you to look inwards and track down arrangements. Thusly, offering one's inconveniences to a believed individual can help the singular feel more fit for confronting what is going on. This is on the grounds that looking for direction from others empowers an individual to inspect what is going on according to different points of view and track down fitting arrangements. You might have seen or known about individuals confronting various sorts of testing circumstances. A companion might be angry with her terrible scores in assessments, a young might be upset since his folks regularly squabble with one another, someone else might be experiencing issues with companions, another person might have monetary issues. Numerous understudies on the limit of school might be confounded with regards to decisions to be made for additional investigations and such different issues.
They are maybe in circumstances which they can't manage without help from anyone else. Here they would profit from proficient direction and guiding. These are processes that assist with peopling when they feel that they are in a difficult circumstance and can't figure out how to adapt to it. Guidance can be clarified as help made accessible by able advisors to a person of any gathering to help him/her direct the existence course, foster a perspective, decide and be better changed. Direction doesn't mean giving headings, nor is it a burden of one's perspective on someone else.
At the end of the course, students should be able to:
Understand complex theory and practice of negotiation in particular and conflict resolution in general.
Identify the challenges we all have in dealing with negotiation and conflict resolution.
Apply negotiation as a system and the important role of subsidiary factors.
Who this course is for:
Dr. SWATI CHAKRABORTY is an Assistant Professor, at the Institute of Legal Studies and Research, GLA University. She is also an Assistant Professor of Human Rights and Women Studies in Team Lease Ed Tech (Formally known as Schoolguru Eduserve Pvt. Ltd.) Dr. Chakraborty is a Writing Fellow, at COMPOSE, Universitas Islam Internasional Indonesia. She is an International Fellow of KAICIID in Lisbon, Portugal. She has done her Ph.D. in Human Rights from the University of Calcutta with the thesis on “RIGHT TO EDUCATION: A study on tribal women of rural West Bengal”. She was attached to National Human Rights Commission, India as a Research Consultant. She is the Founder of “Webplatform4Dialogue” with a series of webinars, talks, and publications. Dr. Chakraborty had good teaching expertise as Lecturer at The English College (School of Management), Calicut, Kerala her special lectures are on Human Values and ethics to Management studies and Dignity and Rights. She is also a member of the executive council at the National Centre for Inclusive Growth and Development Research (NCDR), Mysore. Member of Review Committee of Raj Rajeshwari Journal of Psychological and Educational Research Also she is the editor of books like “Dynamics of Dialogue, Cultural Development, and Peace in the Metaverse”, “Handbook of Dialogue and Development: India-China-EU”, Handbook of Human Rights and Tribal Studies”, “Handbook of Social Media for Digital and Social Inclusion”, “TRIBAL DEVELOPMENT”, “Gender Identity and Roles in India: Issues and Challenges”, “Multidisciplinary Handbook of Social Exclusion and Human Rights” and “Handbook of International Relations: Issues of Human Rights and Foreign Policy Vol. I and Vol II”. Dr. Chakraborty has a wide range of international connections with her network through different seminars, conferences, and workshops.