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Coaching Leaders Through Conflict

Started Jun 13 0 Replies

Conflict management coaching is a specialized type of executive coaching and leaders seek out this process to strengthen their conflict intelligence.  This includes optimizing their competence in…Continue

Tags: leaders, management, coaching, conflict

Conflict Management Coaching Workshop

Started Jan 20 0 Replies

Conflict management coaching, also known as conflict coaching, is a specialized niche in the field of coaching and conflict management.  It is a process in which a trained coach assists people on a…Continue

Conflict Management Coaching Workshops

Started Aug 23, 2016 0 Replies

Conflict management coaching, also known as conflict coaching, is a specialized niche in the field of coaching and conflict management.  It is a process in which a trained coach assists people on a…Continue

Tags: management, conflict, coaching

Conflict Management Coaching Workshops

Started Jun 23, 2014 0 Replies

CONFLICT MANAGEMENT COACHING - 2014 ScheduleConflict management coaching, also known as conflict coaching, is a specialized niche in the fields of coaching and conflict management.  It is a…Continue

 

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Conflict Management Coaching Workshop

Conflict management coaching, also known as conflict coaching, is a specialized niche in the field of coaching and conflict management.  It is a process in which a trained coach assists people on a one-on-one basis to effectively manage their interpersonal disputes and enhance their conflict management skills.  This technique may also be used to coach people to more confidently and effectively participate in mediation, negotiation and relational conflicts. Outcomes of the Conflict Management…See More
Jan 20
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"My new book 'Conflict Mastery Questions to Guide You' is now available in reproducible workbook format http://tinyurl.com/klfasl7"
Feb 2, 2015
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Ten New Year's Conflict Resolutions

I’d like to wish all of you the very best of health and happiness for the coming year in this final ConflictMastery™ Quest(ions) blog for 2014.If you make New Year’s resolutions, won’t you also consider the “conflict resolutions” below?Warmest regards to you and yours, and may your 2015 be peaceful and wonderful in every way.Thank you very much to those who gave me new resolution ideas last year. You will find most of them here:This year, I will approach conflict rather than avoid it.This year,…See More
Dec 24, 2014
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Sweet Conflict

It may be hard to imagine the word conflict being qualified by the adjective “sweet”. Yet, think of the times that goodness comes from reconciling differences that had been having a negative impact on a relationship. Think, too, of the relief experienced after expressing unspoken truths and the outcome of doing so is positive. Think of the importance of finding how we inadvertently contributed to someone's upset and have the chance to make it 'right' . Think of mending the breakdown in our…See More
Dec 18, 2014
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Chancing Your Arm

I like this story about the expression chancing your arm and thought I would pass it on to you. My colleague Mary Rafferty used it recently when referring to someone taking a risk and I had never heard of it. The phrase’s roots did have risk attached to it and also a peaceful gesture.The story goes that “In 1492 two Irish families, the Butlers of Ormonde and the FitzGeralds of Kildare, were involved in a…See More
Dec 11, 2014
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Having an Axe to Grind

According to wiseGEEK “There are two meanings to the phrase ‘an axe to grind’. The first meaning is the traditional American one, which means having an ulterior motive or personal reasons, other than the obvious, for doing something. The British meaning is to hold a grudge or a grievance against someone or something.”The same source says:“The term comes from the grinding of axes using…See More
Dec 4, 2014
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Getting Hot Under the Collar

According to Mom Generations the origin of the idiom hot under the collar “comes from the fact that anger or aggression generally causes a person’s face and neck to become red, sweaty and hot.  Since the collar covers the neck, the collar becomes hot and sweaty.” This expression provides a good visual of people who literally become hot from their…See More
Nov 27, 2014
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NEW BOOK - Conflict Mastery: Questions to Guide You

I am thrilled to announce that my new book is now available through Amazon. It is called “Conflict Mastery: Questions to Guide you”.This is a short summary of what it is about:This book is about expanding perspectives on common aspects of conflict experiences—before, during, and after they arise—through the use of…See More
Nov 20, 2014
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Who Are You When in Conflict?

It happens sometimes that we lose track of ourselves when in conflict. We may find we turn into someone who doesn’t even resemble who we usually are and how we interact. We may become an angry parent, a petulant child, a dogmatic teacher, a judge or other personas that reflect a different somebody than we want to be.Our changing personality – if and when it appears – may emerge because we are overly stressed and upset, hurt, frightened, overwhelmed, not getting our point across, or not getting…See More
Nov 13, 2014
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Pointing Fingers

When we talk about pointing fingers at others (when in conflict) it is typically in the context of blaming them for something. It could be that their words or deeds offended us or got us into trouble. It may be because we didn’t get what we wanted and we suspect the other person’s motives. Or, it may be that we are passing on fault that we own or share.These and other blame-type scenarios commonly arise in interpersonal conflict and remind me of a great Hindu proverb: …See More
Nov 6, 2014
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Hair Trigger Temper

You may have heard the phrase hair trigger temper referring to someone who reacts strongly when angry. As an adjective hair trigger has been described to mean “easily activated or set off; reacting immediately to the slightest provocation or cause”.As a noun hair trigger refers to “a trigger that allows the firing mechanism of a firearm to be operated by very slight pressure”. According to www.dictionary.com the…See More
Oct 30, 2014
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Expectations and Conflict

One of the things that can lead to conflict has to do with unmet expectations. For instance, we had hoped that another person would have said or done something that reflects their care and concern for us; they excluded us from a gathering or decision; they had something we wanted and knew it was important to us; or they didn’t provide their support or were unreliable about a matter. These and other examples of having expectations work both ways, of course, and we could have let someone else…See More
Oct 23, 2014
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Sweeping Things Under the Rug

One way of coping with conflict is to sweep things under the rug. As you likely know, this metaphor refers to ignoring problems rather than facing and managing them. One idiomatic definition consistent with this from Wiktionary is “To conceal a problem expediently, rather than remedy it thoroughly.” Sometimes the tendency to sweep things under the rug comes with the hope that what is concealed will remain…See More
Oct 14, 2014
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Walking on Eggshells

Wiktionary suggests the following idiomatic explanations of the expression walking on eggshells: 1. “To be overly careful in dealing with a person or situation because they get angry or offended very easily; to try very hard not to upset someone or something.” and 2. “To be careful and sensitive, in handling very sensitive matters.”When applied to interpersonal conflict I think of those disconcerting situations –…See More
Oct 9, 2014
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"I Hate When He..."

Lately I have been hearing several of my friends complaining about their life partners. It seems it is more than usual, but maybe I am just more aware of their plaints these days for some reason. The gripes typically start with “I hate when he (or she)…” and the “odious” acts, as they perceive them, may be how the person answers the phone, eats, flosses, leaves laundry on the floor, makes puns, and on and on. Of course, the same sorts of responses may be made regarding siblings, friends,…See More
Oct 2, 2014

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What is your profession and title?
Conflict Management Coach, Mediator, Lawyer, Trainer (CINERGY Conflict Coaching)
What is your ADR experience? (trainings and education)
Mediation training - CDR Associates (Work Place Mediation); Harvard Law School (PON); Family Mediation Services of Ontario
Education: Masters of Law in ADR (Osgoode Hall Law School)
What, if any, ADR organizations or groups do you belong to?
Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR)
International Association for Conflict Management (IACM)
Asia-Pacific Mediation Forum
What are you hoping to get from ADRhub.com
Network with colleagues; attend teleseminars and other educational/informational initiatives, share information, learn
Do you/your company have a website?
http://www.cinergycoaching.com
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LinkedIn - Conflict Coaching Guild , ADR and coaching related groups
www.mediate.com
What else do you want to tell the ADRhub.com community (what you are up to, what you would like to do in ADR, etc.)
I am a pioneer in conflict management coaching ehich is a wonderful tool for ADR practiitoners. Helping people on a one on basis to manage their conflicts independently is the most rewarding work I have done in the field. I look so forward to building a community of practice through teleseminars for the International Coach Federation and through ACR's Work Place Section. In 2011, I published Conflict Management Coaching: The CINERGY Model (www.tinyurl.com/conflictcoaching). I feel fortunate to be part of the community of ADR practitioners who have joined this great site.

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Ten New Year's Conflict Resolutions

Posted on December 24, 2014 at 7:00am 0 Comments

I’d like to wish all of you the very best of health and happiness for the coming year in this final ConflictMastery™ Quest(ions) blog for 2014.

If you make New Year’s resolutions, won’t you also consider the “conflict resolutions” below?

Warmest regards to you and yours, and may your 2015 be peaceful and wonderful in every way.

Thank you very much to those who gave me new resolution ideas last year. You will find most of them here:

  1. This year, I will…
Continue

Sweet Conflict

Posted on December 18, 2014 at 7:00am 0 Comments

It may be hard to imagine the word conflict being qualified by the adjective “sweet”. Yet, think of the times that goodness comes from reconciling differences that had been having a negative impact on a relationship. Think, too, of the relief experienced after expressing unspoken truths and the outcome of doing so is positive. Think of the importance of finding how we inadvertently contributed to someone's upset and have the chance to make it 'right' . Think of mending the breakdown in our…

Continue

Chancing Your Arm

Posted on December 11, 2014 at 8:00am 0 Comments

I like this story about the expression chancing your arm and thought I would pass it on to you. My colleague Mary Rafferty used it recently when referring to someone taking a risk and I had never heard of it. The phrase’s roots did have risk attached to it and also a peaceful gesture.

The story goes that “In 1492 two Irish families, the Butlers of Ormonde and the FitzGeralds of Kildare,…

Continue

Having an Axe to Grind

Posted on December 4, 2014 at 7:00am 0 Comments

According to wiseGEEK “There are two meanings to the phrase ‘an axe to grind’. The first meaning is the traditional American one, which means having an ulterior motive or personal reasons, other than the obvious, for doing something. The British meaning is to hold a grudge or a grievance against someone or something.”

The same source says:

“The term comes from the grinding…

Continue

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