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The effect of the mediator training of teachers of educational institutions on the psychological climate in the team 568
Shamlikashvili T.A., Professor, Scientific and Academic Chair of the Federal Mediation Institute, Head of Chair of Mediation in the Social Sphere, Department of Juridical Psychology, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia, email@example.com
Haritonov S.V., MD, Professor of mediation in the social sphere, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Grafsky V.P., lecturer of department of mediation in the social sphere, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia, email@example.com
The article examines the impact of the training programmes of mediation in special educational institution (SUVA) and educational institutions (ei) on the psychological climate in the team. The research is based on data obtained from 154 people, employees of educational institutions. Of them, 37 persons – employees of SUVA, and 117 bangs – employees OU. There were three methods of psychological diagnostics - Methods of assessment of psychological atmosphere in the team at A. F. Fielder, index Sikora and assessment of communicative skills. When comparing the performance of tests to conduct training programs on the basics of mediation and after its passage determined that among the staff of the SUVA (in analysis Wilcoxon test, p = 0,0027) and staff of the OU (in the test analysis Wilcoxon p <0.0001) is statistically significant increase in the level of group cohesion, defined in test Sisera. Obtained data on scales methods for the assessment of psychological atmosphere in the team at A. F. Fielder. According to the results of this study are the employees of SUVA has not been a statistically significant change in rates of bipolar scales that measure different quality characteristics of the atmosphere in the team. At that time, as the employees OU for all the ten scales produced statistically significant differences, indicating improvement. In the test of evaluation of communicative skills not observed statistically significant differences neither in the group of the SUVA (in analysis Wilcoxon test, p=0,079) or in the Oh group (in analysis Wilcoxon test, p=0.95) of employees. The results of the study indicate that learning the basics of mediation contributes to the improvement of several characteristics of the psychological climate within the collectives, SUVA and OU. At the same time, there are fundamental differences between the groups of those agencies that require additional testing.