The increase in conflictive situations in work teams, due to their collateral effects, has raised the interest of the scientific community. According to recent studies, it can be affirmed that, increasingly, in the professional field, the emotional skills that determine the coping style of interpersonal conflicts take on greater relevance.
Along these lines, studies carried out in Spain affirm that the absence of corrective mechanisms aimed at influencing risk factors, as well as inefficiency in conflict management when it has already occurred, supposes a much higher cost than intervening for its prevention.
Train the student to know how to act on day-to-day stressors.
Train the student to be able to identify in advance the stressful situations that can lead to relational conflicts.
Learn to detect conflictive situations that may lead to conflicts.
The course is taught online through the Nebrija Global Campus virtual classroom.
The teaching sessions, scheduled in a calendar previously sent to the students, are streamed live with the initial presentation of the professor, and the subsequent interaction with the students to answer questions and bring up clinical cases.
Sessions and syllabus supported by slides.
Teaching material and bibliography provided by the professors.
Student work: Exercises and resolution of practical cases in relation to an intervention studied in the course, with its later follow-up.
Interactive personalized tutoring via email.