Webinar on Anger/Conflict and Time Management

The National Police Commission Regional Office No. 1 has organized a webinar on Anger/Conflict and Time Management with a theme, “Managing and Resolving Conflicts and Time Issues for a Healthy Well-Being” on August 18, 2020.
Dir. Josephmar B. Gil, Regional Director, NAPOLCOM Regional Office 5, served as the Guest of Honor. He firstly emphasized that time and conflict issues are two different things but one thing they have in common is that they both exist in the workplace. He stated that time management and conflict management must be addressed with seriousness, importance and priority otherwise our relationships, performance, individual careers and personal and professional time will be at stake. Lastly, Dir. Gil stressed that if we fail to manage our time, surely conflict will arise.
Mr. Jojet Lamberto R. Mondares, RPsy, RPm, and the Director of PSYCHSTART, has exceptionally served as the Guest Speaker during the webinar. The discussion on time management was started with an activity which solely assessed the current time management status of each participant and the encouragement to fix and realign the necessary things in order to maintain an excellent time management. Mr. Mondares had presented logical ideas and thoughts on time management highlighting the importance of work-life balance with the demonstration of the work-life triangle. After which, Mr. Mondares asked for an impression or insight to some selected participants.
Thereafter, Mr. Mondares jumped on the discussion of Conflict Resolution. A certain quote saying “Everyone faces conflict in their lives on a daily basis. It is an accepted and expected part of life” set the momentum of the discussion proper. Mr. Mondares shared the fundamentals of conflict resolution, escalation of conflict, recognizing and resolving conflict needs and basic conflict resolution process. Lastly, Mr. Mondares left with a heartening note saying “To practice the process of conflict resolution, we must completely abandon the goal of getting people to do what we want.”

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