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Conflict Resolution VR Training

By October 18, 2023No Comments

Conflict Resolution

In today’s dynamic and interconnected business world, conflicts are an inevitable part of professional life. These conflicts can arise due to many different reasons: diverse perspectives, communication breakdowns, or resource constraints. However, it’s the way organisations address and manage conflicts that significantly impacts their overall productivity, wellbeing and success.

MOONHUB has just released our state-of-the-art Conflict Resolution Training Module which is set to redefine you and your organisation’s training.

CPD Approved

Co-curated with Robert Kirby, founder of People People, a professional Training and Coaching business with a mission to help people feel more enriched, enlivened, and emboldened both in and outside of work.

Training Content

The duration of scenarios is approximately 5-10 minutes, however, this will depend on each person’s reading speed and capabilities.
1. Introduction
2. Conflict Theory
3. Behavioural Awareness
4. The Words We Use
5. Structuring Conversations
Learn more about our training content here.

Science-Backed Superior Training

60% of employees never received basic conflict management classes or workplace conflict resolution training. Of those who did, 95% stated that the training helped them navigate workplace conflict positively and seek mutually beneficial outcomes.
According to Strivr, 96% of Verizon employees who went through the Immersive Learning training came away feeling much more confident about having difficult phone conversations with customers.

Why it’s Important

Huge Costs

874,000 employees in the UK annually took sickness absences as a result of conflict, costing organisations around £2.2bn.


There were 1.7 million formal disciplinary cases in UK organisations per year, including 374,760 grievances. On average, each of these grievances costs £951 in management time.


The average employee spends 2.8 hours a week dealing with conflict, oftentimes not properly knowing how to deal with it.

(Stats and figures are based on studies done in the UK)

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