The PeaceWalker Project

PeaceWalker Level 1

 

Goals:

1) How to assess & manage conflict with individuals (emotionally, verbally, physically).

2) Creating safe & respectful environments for yourself and others. 

3) Understanding how respect, perspective & confidence relates to conflict management.

 

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LIVE:

1) All Life is to Be Respected & Protected: Work Toward Most Good/Least Harm For All.

2) Conflict is an Opportunity: How To Change Your Perspective & Your Life!

3) Set the Pace: Eliminate Conflict Before It Even Occurs.

 

PROTECT:

1) Baseline: How to Not Be a Part of the Problem.

2) Boundaries: How to Communicate in a Way that Persuades Others to Cooperate.

3) Consequence: Understand What to do if Your Boundaries Are Not Respected. 

 

INSPIRE: 

1) Respect: Understand How to Immediately Connect w/Others to Resolve Conflict.

2) Protect: Align People w/the Big Picture & Their True Nature to Motivate & Inspire. 

3) Empower: Create Allies Not Adversaries by Helping Others Help Themselves.

 

 

 

 

PeaceWalker Benefits & Principles

 

 

 

Stephanie practicing her B.A.R.C.C.S. verbal de-escalation skills with John.

 

Verbal Components:

~ Simple steps to inspiring cooperation & creating allies rather than enemies.

~ B.A.R.C.S. Verbal Conflict Management Method.

~ Understand how to effectively lead, influence & persuade others.

~ A.C.T. - When to stop using words and take action.

~ Becoming the Eye of the Storm: Keeping cool under pressure.

~ Dealing with Verbal Abuse  - How to re-frame negative words & behavior.

~ De-Escalation do's and don'ts.

~ How to deal with different types of people.

~ Empathy, Tone & Body Language - The right thing said the wrong way is still disastrous! 

~ Active Listening Skills- Empathy in action.

 

 

Jeremy learns how to use ethics, dialog & physical positioning to establish a safe, respectful interaction.

 

Physical Components:

~ The 4 Assumptions that can save your life.

~ Profiling pre-striking indicators & weaponry.

~ Fence Position: Hand placement when talking to someone agitated or under crisis.

~ Interview Stance: Proper body positioning when talking to someone during crisis.

~ Tactical movement: How to move and change position for safety.

~ Safe, respectful, non-violent disengagement tactics.

~ Emotional grounding exercises to regain composure and reduce panic.

 

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