ITV 65 | Four Strategies for Respectful Confrontation {conflict resolution 4 of 6}

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In conflict, the most effective approach to resolution begins in private. In private you bring safety, trust and a position of respect. And you get a lot farther, quicker!

IN THIS EPISODE, YOU CAN EXPECT ::

  • Hear a story of how conflict management went wrong
  • Know how to be sure you are ready to address your conflict
  • Learn why a private conversation is best for building trust and respect
  • Understand the 4 strategies you can implement to be sure your conversation is set up for success

{Throughout this Isogo TV Podcast series, we have been talking about the companion tool — Strengths Based Conflict Resolution Path + Action Plan — so be sure to pick up your path + chart your conflict + figure out what your next step to resolution is!}

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Today, we have been talking all about the importance of private conversations and the respect and trust it builds as you try to resolve your conflict. But what do we do when the conflict is still not resolved? And now we’re pretty frazzled or hurt over the whole thing??

Next week, we take our conversation about conflict resolution the next level by getting someone else involved. To learn who and how, tune in with us next week on Isogo TV for Episode 66, and Part 5 of our 6 part series.

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LINKS | RESOURCES | CONNECT

Links & Resources from Today’s Episode

Discover your Top 5 Strengths with StrengthsFinder + Strengths Startup
Conflict Resolution :: You Are Ready for Respectful, Private Confrontation
Conflict Resolution Path + Action Plan {FREE Tool}
Are you caught up? Here is Part 1, Part 2 & Part 3
Read this to get ready for next week’s episode
{9 Steps} to Life Change through your StrengthsFinder Top 5 Strengths

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