Tag Archives: conflict resolution

#sayitfacetoface


I spent today counseling a client on how to repair a damaged relationship with another business. Here’s what I learned: Emails are the most dangerous forum for negotiating or resolving disputes. Continue reading

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Swing Easy and Live


A good friend, Jack Burrell, shared something Brandt Snedeker said to him that makes so much sense Continue reading

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Blue Skies and Exit Interviews


Employment and turnover go together as much as rain and sunshine. We don’t consider rain a defeat of blue skies, so why should turnover be any different? Continue reading

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Grace – Don’t Just Say It, Give It


If #grace is not #intentional, it’s not grace. Continue reading

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Teachable Moments and Conflict


Life is conflict. The act of breathing involves conflict a person and gravity. Yet most of my life I avoided conflict.And I considered such behavior a strength. Wrong-O. Continue reading

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Discernment in Goal Achievement


What if you obtain a long shot personal goal that conflicts with a higher priority relationship goal? Continue reading

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