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Category Archives: Conflict Management Coaching

What Isn’t Being Said?

“The most important thing in communication is to hear what isn’t being said.” ~ Peter F. Drucker In previous blogs, I have talked about the unsaid – the unspoken words and emotions – that continue to linger and can cause … Continue reading

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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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Do you model conflict competence?

“Setting an example is not the main means of influencing others; it is the only means.” ~Albert Einstein It’s not always apparent to the leaders referred to me for conflict management coaching that their way of managing and engaging in interpersonal … Continue reading

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If at First You Don’t Succeed (in that attempt to mend things)

Recently, a coaching client (I’ll call her Jane) retained me after her attempt to mend matters between herself and her co-worker (I’ll call her Martha) was unsuccessful. Jane told me that the relationship seems to have deteriorated all the more since … Continue reading

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