Conflict is Costly
Conflict is a normal part of life in any setting where people are working together. If you're a leader, you regularly feel the responsibility of helping people navigate those conflicts successfully. Conflicts effectively resolved often become the context for creativity and stronger teamwork. Conflicts left unresolved become increasingly costly, consuming more and more of your thought life, time, emotional energy and financial resources - placing significant strain on relationships and distracting you from your mission. I provide consultation and coaching so that you can resolve conflict and stay on mission.
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