Category Archives: Coaching

We all recognise the serious impact that conflict can have on our working lives and the working lives of others. When it comes to considering some of the key fundamentals of a modern workplace eg.  employee engagement, performance management, talent retention, innovation, a positive working environment, conflict has the potential to undermine all of them. Very often, it does. Some of the ...

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Although few will ever reach the heights of madness and volatility that we see in ‘Breaking Bad’, many of us were poorly educated in how to deal with conflict.  I’m currently on catch up, watching ‘Breaking Bad’ with box sets. It’s distressing and fascinating almost simultaneously. I can’t decide whether to watch it or not, but for now, watching is winning out. It captures the ...

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I found this article on Parkour and Conflict Management by Anastasis Pryanikova particularly thought provoking for practitioners of Alternative Dispute Resolution and well worth sharing. Conflict Coaching is about assisting individuals to identify their own patterns of behaviour when in conflict and those of the other person. With this awareness they can then choose new and constructive ways ...

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