Advanced registration for this seminar in historic preservation available through March 27, final registration deadline April 20, 2018.
Laws and regulations related to cultural and natural resources often require participatory processes that can be mired in conflict and misunderstanding. Projects frequently can be more effectively navigated when stakeholders use collaborative processes and mutual gains negotiation during consultation to resolve problems and develop win-win solutions. Through interactive exercises and role plays, learn to understand conflict management styles, practice negotiation skills, and design a stakeholder consultation process to address issues in a timely manner and prevent conflict from escalating.
Held in cooperation with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Historic Preservation Division, the Georgia Department of Transportation, and the University of Virginia,
Institute for Environmental Negotiation.