Are you tired of "conflict" being used to intimidate you? Are you tired of "conflict" behavior being used against you and others at work? Are you ready to acquire a solution?
You deserve it!
PLAN: If you are not going to create a solution now, when will you?
Critical Aggression Prevention System (CAPS) Prevents Conflict!
- Are you or members of your family in conflict with others? Are you tired of the conflict and the behavior of the opposing side?
- Are you responsible for conflict resolution in your workplace or school?
- Conflict resolution only takes place when there is a conflict. You are reacting to a conflict not preventing it! Since there are those who will express their conflict with violence, if you truly wish to prevent violence, you must prevent conflict.
- Are you struggling to get others including leaders to recognize that there is too much "conflict" taking place in your workplace or school?
- Are you tired of reacting after conflict occurs? Would you prefer to prevent it?
- Behavior that creates conflict is aggressive behavior. Aggressive behavior comes with precursors or clues that allow you to recognize it before the conflict develops.
- The scientifically reliable CAPS Mobile App can help you prevent conflict in your school, workplace, neighborhood or even in your family. To learn how to acquire our CAPS Mobile App, look to the right on this page.
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Although there is no absolute (100%) way to prevent conflict, there is a scientifically reliable way to prevent conflict; and our CAPS Mobile App achieves this high standard of prevention. See Dr. Claire Good, Ph.D. below.
- Identify, record and track conflict (aggressive behavior) using scientific indicators without violating privacy regulations. Use our CAPS Mobile App to report conflict (aggressive behavior) with scientific reliability.
- Demonstrate to others (workplace, school, local government) using scientifically reliable measures that you are being confronted with aggressive behavior that is creating conflict.
- Prevent further conflict with app-recommended tactics that correspond with the level of aggression and prevent you from replying with excessive force.
- Order your CAPS Mobile App today and start taking control of conflict around you!
- To learn how to acquire our CAPS Mobile App, look to the right on this page.
A more in-depth look:
By the time, most people in schools, workplaces, and/or neighborhoods recognize conflict behavior is taking place, it already has been going on undetected for quite some time. Conflict can stunt personal growth, damages morale, diminishes productivity at work, and hinders learning in our schools. Although many have dedicated themselves to preventing conflict with conflict resolution, in reality, all that most people can do is try to stop conflict behavior once they see it in progress. Unfortunately, by the time they notice, severe damage already may have been done. Let us not forget that there are humans who will express their conflict with violence. We must prevent conflict, if we truly want to prevent violence.
If you truly wish to prevent conflict and the potential violence that may accompany it, you must understand and learn the behavioral cues that lead to conflict. You must know what to do to stop the behavior once you recognize it. The scientifically reliable CAPS Mobile App can help you prevent conflict in your school, workplace, neighborhood or even in your family. To learn how to acquire our CAPS Mobile App, look to the right on this page.
Dr. Claire Good, Ph.D., Interim Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students demonstrates scientific reliability when she writes: "Now that we have had your Critical Aggression Prevention System (CAPS) in place for two years, we have been very pleased with its utility. CAPS’s Meter of Emerging Aggression has produced evaluations and results consistent with the observations of those on our Student Assistance & Intervention Team (SAIT), as we work at tracking students on our campus who are behaving in ways that concern faculty, staff or others in the campus community."