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Being able to disagree productively is a useful skill for everyone to learn. This course will show you how to recognise anxieties that could cause disagreements, understand how cognitive dissonance and bias shut down reasoned debate, and disagree productively in the workplace.
You’ll find guidance on identifying anxieties that could trigger disagreements, and discover how cognitive dissonance and bias block productive debate. You’ll also learn to adopt productive disagreement skills in the workplace.
Remember your parents telling you to be quiet and stop arguing? Definitely maybe you were arguing with a sibling about who gets to sing and who gets to play the guitar. Or perhaps if you were an only child you were arguing with yourself. After all, you had to just go let it out, right? Either way, you were told to stop and you had to roll with it. Arguments aren’t always bad, though. Do you know what I mean?
Learning how to disagree well is an important skill to have in the workplace. By understanding how to argue productively you can uncover anxieties you may be holding on to, avoid bias, open yourself up to other people’s perspectives, and gain confidence in your own viewpoints. You just need to make sure you don’t look back in anger.
We think disagreement gets a bad rap. Sure, it’s not always easy disagreeing with someone, and it can be frustrating when others disagree with you. But there are positives to disagreement if you do it in the right way. That’s why we created this course, to show you how to disagree well. And of course, we took inspiration from that famously warring duo, the Gallagher brothers.
This cracking course uses quirky and fun animation alongside interactive learning throughout. With scenario based questions and drag and drop interactions, learners’ easily retain and absorb key information. This engagement helps learners hold on to key takeaways so they can learn to disagree productively!
This course also has an assessment at the end which allows learners to test their understanding and helps businesses demonstrate a level of competence in the topic.
With a bank of questions learners will get randomised assessments which means if people do fail the assessment, they aren't faced with the same quiz again; after all you want to test learners knowledge and not their ability to remember the right button to press second time around.
Everyone has the right to learn and learner need can vary demanding on environment or disabilities. This course comes with transcripts so people have text options for an media, subtitles for all videos and is screen reader friendly with alternative text.
We take a number of steps to ensure visuals and navigation is easy for your people. For more information on the steps we take for accessibility check out how we make out courses.