New Trainers Guides

RiverHouse Press Blog
by Ron Kraybill

If you have been training with Style Matters or would like to do so, download our 2019 trainers guides now:

Comprehensive Guide.  Our comprehensive Trainers Guide to Successful Conflict Styles Workshops is now in its 4th edition.  The 2019 update  is the same as previous editions, now newly editing for clarity and ease of use.  This 40 page guide provides detailed guidance for training with Style Matters and many options for presenting information and leading discussion.   Download the Trainers Guide in PDF free here.

Guide to Online Version. We’ve also just released a 10 page companion piece, Trainers Guide to Style Matters Online. Whereas the above guide provides detailed guidance on all aspects of conflict styles training,  this short guide focuses narrowly on work with the online version.  If refers often to the full guide, so you should have both. Download the online training guide here.

 
A key part of the Riverhouse mission is to enable anyone with basic group facilitation skills to lead an effective learning experience on the topic of conflict styles. 
 
Every person, every organization, and every community faces conflict throughout the life cycle.  We believe that failure to equip people to deal constructively with conflict is one of the greatest obstacles to human well-being.  We also see addressing this gap as one of the most achievable opportunities to improve human life in fundamental ways.
 
Our mission at Riverhouse is to support the creation of training materials and the emergence of trainers on a large scale to address this glaring learning gap.
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Ronald S. Kraybill

Dr. Ronald S. Kraybill is a facilitator, consultant and trainer in conflict resolution based in Silver Spring, Maryland. He was Senior Advisor on Peacebuilding and Development for the United Nations in Lesotho and the Philippines, 2009-2014, Professor of Conflict Transformation at Eastern Mennonite University, 1996-2007, Director of Training at the Centre… MORE >

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