Conflict Management, Resolution Taught to Houston Students

Words: Dan KamysConflict Management, Resolution Taught to Houston Students

Five Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America Inc. (MCFA) employees recently presented a lecture on understanding, managing and resolving conflict to more than 250 students at Harmony Science Academy in Katy, Texas. The presentation was part of the school’s College Readiness and Leadership Program, which is made up of more than 400 students ranging from kindergarten through eighth grade. It is meant to increase interest in science and math so that more U.S. students will consider a career in engineering.

The MCFA employees drew from their real-world experiences to teach students the various aspects of conflict management, including different approaches and resolution techniques. Interactive activities involving conflict management case studies were presented to provide a comprehensive understanding of the topic. Harmony Science Academy emphasizes the importance of math, science and technology and is committed to equipping students for future college and career success.

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