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? ? ? Three Important Questions

? ? ? Three Important Questions

Beginning Monday, August 26th, I will dedicate at least one blog to each of three questions.  They are important questions that you can answer.  They bring you face to face with yourself.  They allow you to drill down to the core of yourself.  That can be hard to do.  Many people have fear to look …

Which Way Do You Respond to Conflict?

Which Way Do You Respond to Conflict?

There is good news about conflict!  What?  Yes!  It can bring understanding about yourself, the situation, and the root cause. Conflict can even bring people closer together with a stronger confidence in building trust, respect and support with each other. It is common to say, “Conflict is inevitable!”… Duh.  I say that a lot myself. …

Workplace Conflict

Workplace Conflict

Workplace Conflict In their professional lives, an alarming 88% of Americans cite hostility, desk-rage, and workplace incivility as top concerns. This disabling, sometimes crippling, emotions rob the company of profit and productivity. Executives, supervisors, managers and the people who work for them can learn to reduce workplace stress and avoid the conflict and cynicism that …

Open Please!

Open Please!

Working through relational conflict is like going to the dentist.  What?  That doesn’t sound like a good analogy to make someone feel comfortable about the process does it?  Let me explain.  I went to get a cleaning for my teeth this week.  As I was undergoing the process I thought of some positive examples of the …