It’s easy to feel bewildered, even overwhelmed, when approaching the question of how to deal with conflict. Avoiding conflict comes naturally to most of us. In fact, some of us are ninja-level at it. One thing I’ve learned over 20+ years in professional consulting (and over 30 years of marriage!) is that there’s a powerful key to unlock deeper relationships and gain trust —learning to work through conflict! If working through conflict is such a powerful tool, why do we avoid it? I’ve got 5 reasons why…
You may see things differently than the other party—but does shutting down opposing viewpoints really help the conversation move forward?
In this video, you’ll learn a practical, pointed skill for creating an environment that invites much-needed participation.
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For the benefit of the organization—we need to lean into conflict in the workplace. Watch this video to learn how conflict empowers people to work together.
Managing our emotion is not withholding it—but simply making room for the emotion without allowing it to drive the conversation.
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