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Category Archives: Conflict Management Coaching

Necessary Conflict

For this week’s blog I am bringing back one that was popular last year. So, this one is from the archives (originally posted January 10, 2017): We may not think the word ‘necessary’ is one that would qualify the word … Continue reading

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Mind Your Own Beeswax

For this week’s blog I am bringing back one that was popular last year. So, this one is from the archives (originally posted November 28, 2017): As a kid, I remember using the phrase “mind your own beeswax” – instead … Continue reading

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Bringing Your Best Self to a Conflict

For this week’s blog I am bringing back one that was popular last year. So, this one is from the archives (originally posted November 14, 2017): I like this quote by Doris Lessing from The Golden Notebook: “There’s only one … Continue reading

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Conflict Assumptions

For this week’s blog I am bringing back one that was popular last year. So, this one is from the archives (originally posted May 2, 2017): When we are in conflict with another it is often the case that we … Continue reading

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Reflect, Reflect, Reflect

I find the optimal practice when coaching my clients through conflict is to facilitate their transition from reaction to reflection and only then, to consider the response that reflects how they want to “be” in their conflicts. This isn’t always … Continue reading

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