Welcome to the Village of Virtues Intervention. It is designed to help in finding a solution for an underlying conflict situation you are facing.Please formulate in short (in 1 to 3 sentences) the conflict you are trying to find solution for.
The next phase is to build your Village of Virtues choosing min 4 and max 6 houses that represent your signature character strenghts. Look at the houses, carefully read their labels, reflect and arrange them on the left side of the field. After choosing your houses, move to the cards with plants, carefully read their labels, reflect on the emotions that you feel as a result of the conflict and put them around the houses in your village. You can plant as many as you want emotions in your village (Field 1).
When you have selected houses and plants for your village, please do the same for Village 2 – it will be the Village of Virtues of the person/s you are looking to solve a conflict with. Follow the same rules but this time, stepping in the shoes of the other person: choose min 4 and max 6 houses that represent his / her / their signature strenghts. Look at the houses, carefully read their labels, reflect and arrange them on the right side of the field. After choosing your houses, move to the cards with plants, reflect on the emotions that your opponent is feeling as a result of the conflict and place them around the houses in Field 2. You can plant as many as you want emotions in the village.
When finished, please go to the river, where you will find cards with additional symbols. Carefully read their labels, reflect on them and with the help of your creativity, use some of the symbols to represent a possible solution of the conflict that serves both sides (or solves the conflict for the customers and does not hurt the opponent).
While creating the solution, you can consider the following questions: • What virtues of yours you can use to end this conflict? • What will your opponent find acceptable taking into consideration his virtues and emotions? • Is the solution you are coming to going to offset the negative emotions you had in this conflict? • Is the solution you are coming to going to offset your opponent ‘s negative emotions in this conflict? • Do you think there is a win-win solution? If not, what are the compromises that you and your opponent might be willing to accept taking into consideration the virtues of both of you? Place your symbols only on the river.
Please write down a commitment you take to make the solution you’ve just created to happen. (think about the activities you will undertake, the timing, the resources you will need, the end result for you and for the opponent).
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