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Dr. Thomas Matyók and Dr. Michelle Osborne implemented the Professional Roundtable Series as a part of the Negotiation Center's innovative approach to its Institutional Effectiveness Plan. The program's overall goals are to seek recommendations for enhancing education and training in conflict transformation, build awareness, collect data, and apply findings as a theory informed practice. Through these strategically aligned events, the center will expand targeted programs and services, as well as develop a larger network or professional resources.
Conflict Transformation - Military members often face barriers to cooperative efforts when interacting with external individuals/groups. How do military members address/eliminate those barriers in the given environment, at various levels?
Education and Training - What are the barriers our military faces in today's learning environment, and what can we do to eliminate those barriers or foster better practice and retention of skills and knowledge?
Research and Assessments - Concepts such as leadership, communication, and effectiveness are often hard to measure, particularly on a large scale. How do we assess student success, and how do we quantify that measure so that it accurately captures conflict transformation skills?
AFNC's 31 March - 1 April Roundtable Series event will focus on recommendations from the colligate community, to include universities, colleges, military service academies, and education and training centers. If you are interested in attending, and you believe your organization falls into one of the above categories, please click here to fill out the Professional Roundtable Series invitation form.
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"MGMWERX was created under a Partnership Intermediary Agreement between DEFENSEWERX and the Air Force Research Laboratory to align with the education initiatives of Air University.
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