Communications and Conflict Resolution Coaching/Training/Facilitating

Engage Effectively | Strengthen Relationships | Improve Results

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Approach Conflict in a thoughtful, respectful and responsive manner

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Participate in challenging situations with confidence and compassion

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Sow Seeds of success through constructive dialogue

face-to-face-conversation

“Embracing conflict can become a joy when we know that irritation and frustration can lead to growth and fascination.”

Thomas Crum, The Magic of Conflict:
Turning a Life of Work Into a Work of Art

“The Single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.”

George Bernard Shaw

“Ideas, not battles, mark the forward progress of mankind.”

L. Ron Hubbard, author of the
international bestselling book “Dianetics”.

Are you Ready to Explore Further?

What is your GO TO style in conflict?

Competitor

Sees conflict as contest between opposing forces.  Uses arguments and hard bargaining to advance position.  May be impatient with those who disagree.

Accomodator

Sees conflicts as a social or emotional issue. Regards team members as friends. Helps others achieve their needs (often at expense of self).

Collaborator

Sees conflicts as a social or emotional issue. Regards team members as friends. Helps others achieve their needs (often at expense of self).

Compromiser

Sees conflict as a chance to find middle ground. Believes they need to moderate when conflict arises. Values moderation and favors settlements.

Avoider

Sees conflict as contest between opposing forces.  Uses arguments and hard bargaining to advance position.  May be impatient with those who disagree.

How does your conflict style affect your:

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Relationships

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Career

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Organization

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Yourself