CONFLICT MANAGEMENT MODEL ā€‹OVERVIEW/ELEMENTS

Stakeholder Resolution
Roundtable Discussion
Conflict management communication to urban, suburban, rural stakeholders; Communicate to urban, suburban and rural partnerships

Development Session
Conflict resolution for each category of stakeholders; Outcomes, solutions and best practices on stakeholder relationships

Summit
Conflict management in projects, programs, ministries, initiatives

Conference
Conflict management in coalitions, collaborations and networks

Stakeholder Engagement
Facilitate
Conflict management actions or process to: Make easy or easier; Help bring about; Bring into a common action; Bring in to a relationship; Aid, implement, ease, expedite, further, help, promote, simplify, or speed along

Administrate
Conflict management of a business, organization; Manage, supervise execute, use, conduct, provide, apply, dispense; Give officially, manage affairs; Furnish a benefit, carry out, conduct, direct; Executive, govern, oversee, supervise

Communicate
Conflict management practices to: Exchange information, news, or ideas; Convey knowledge of or information about; Make known; Advertise, broadcast, connect, contact, convey, correspond, disclose, disseminate, get across, impart, interact, inform, pass on, publicize, relate, reveal, suggest, transfer, transmit

Coordinate
Conflict management elements of a complex activity or organization that will: Ensure efficiency or harmony; Be or become equal in rank, quality, or significance, especially so as to act or work together well; Bring into a common movement, or condition; Put in the same order or rank; Bring to a state free of inconsistencies, or differences; Adapt, tune, blend, combine, connect, correlate, dovetail, fit, fuse, join, match, merge, pair, suit, synchronize, synthesize, unify, unite, align, arrange, balance, equalize, order, regularize, standardize, integrate, orchestrate

Stakeholder Assessment
Leaders
Conflict: Residents- in a Community; Faith-faith location; Small business; Government (town, city, county, state department, federal division); Corporate division

Urban, Suburban, Rural Stakeholders
Conflict with individuals, groups, organizations, business, corporate Community, faith and business leader agreements
Programs, projects, ministries and initiatives
Coalitions, collaboratives and networks

Measures
Conflict with reliable measures in a stakeholders scope of work
How to measure a stakeholder scope of work
Where each measure is used

Capacity
Conflicts on how to communicate, collect, circulate, identify and categorize data
Quantitative, qualitative measures for data in: programs, projects, ministries, initiatives, coalitions, collaboratives, networks


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