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Category Archives: Conflict Management Coaching

Perceiving Conflict

It sometimes happens that we perceive an interpersonal conflict is occurring when that isn’t really the case. This might be when we pick up an attitude, gesture, statement, body or facial language, or another cue that we interpret as offensive … Continue reading

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“Being” in Conflict

Recently, I was interviewed by Kathy Caprino – Senior Contributor to Forbes blog – on conflict management and leaders. In response to one of the questions about what compelled me to create a conflict management coaching model, I explained that … Continue reading

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Conflict “Do-Over”

You may have had times that you wish you could have a conflict “do-over”. These are situations about which we ruminate – wishing we had said something differently or hadn’t said anything! These are situations in which we realize we … Continue reading

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Stopping Ourselves in Conflict

It sometimes feels as though we cannot stop our reactions when someone provokes us and we are offended by what they said or did. We have a knee-jerk reaction and what comes out of our mouths are words and tones … Continue reading

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The “Do Nots” of Conflict

There are a lot of things NOT to say or do when in conflict with someone else if we are wanting to resolve or mend things. There are also lots of things NOT to say to family, friends and others … Continue reading

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