Goli Ahmadifard

Facilitator and Mediator


Goli Ahmadifard is a group process facilitator (Endorsed by the International Association of Facilitators), and mediation trainer (International Mediation Institute qualified mediator) in Iran. She’s curious about being (and human)-centred approaches and interested in the development of soft skills to bring about positive changes and dealing with difficulties.
Starts 31 Aug 2022
Led by Goli Ahmadifard
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Farsi version

درست است که موانع ارتباطی یکی از دلایل ایجاد تعارضات است اما به جای آن ارتباط موثر نقش حیاتی در رفع
انواع تعارض با دلایل مختلف دارد. مهارت‌های ارتباطی در میانجیگری به عنوان یکی از رویکردهای رفع تعارض
بسیار اهمیت دارند یعنی در جایی که نیاز به گفتگو و ابراز از سوی طرفین اختلاف است.

در این جلسه به بررسی اهمیت ارتباط موثر در مواجهه با تعارض‌ها و شناسایی مهارت‌های ارتباطی پایه مورد نیاز
برای یک میانجیگر موثر می‌پردازیم.

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