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Category Archives: Conflict Coaching

WHAT I LEARNED ABOUT CONFLICT FROM CHEETAHS

This blog was previously posted in May, 2018 and came to mind the other day when in contact with some travellers with whom I shared a journey to Africa. I want to re-share it with you. A few years ago, … Continue reading

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Nobody Ever Forgets Where They Bury the Hatchet

“Nobody Ever Forgets Where They Bury the Hatchet” ~ Kin Hubbard You have likely heard the expression to “bury the hatchet”, meaning essentially to make peace. According to various sources including Wikipedia, these words originated from an American Indian tradition. … Continue reading

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Finding a Remedy When in Conflict

“Don’t find fault. Find a remedy.” (Henry Ford) While Henry Ford’s quote might well apply to making cars and running a business, it also has application to our interpersonal disputes when one of the common things many of us do … Continue reading

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Don’t Look Where You Fall

You may have heard the African proverb “Don’t look where you fall, but where you slipped”. In a similar vein, I recently posted a similar sentiment on Instagram (@cinnien) that read “I’ve learned so much from my mistakes. I’m thinking … Continue reading

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Line in the Sand

You have likely heard the metaphor about drawing a line in the sand, and might have used it yourself to set boundaries. For instance, if someone asks you to do something that’s antithetical to your values you might respond that … Continue reading

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