Collaborative problem solving for community safety
Collaborative problem solving for community safety

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Collaborative problem solving for community safety

Summary

This week you have developed your understanding of reflective practice as a means of promoting self-awareness and initiating change. You have gained a better understanding of different types of problem and examined your decision making in the context of three different approaches. Finally you have looked at two different elements of solving problems with others, influencing and negotiating

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