Prepares students - theologically, cognitively, personally - for fruitful Christian ministry in dealing with communication, conflict and conciliation. Attention is paid to: understandings of conflict and its multiple causes, levels of conflict, healthy and unhealthy communication, family systems understandings, implications of personality type and communication styles, strategies and skills useful in transforming conflict. Students interact with the readings as well as increase their communication and conflict-transformation skills. Includes interactive and experience-based collaborative work. Same as PAST 0548.
Course Code: LEAD 0548 | Credit Hours: | Seminary Graduate Course