Intervening in conflicts is becoming an increasingly integral part of the responsibilities of coaches, coaching leaders, and team coaches.
During this day, you will learn to perceive conflicts differently. Because friction and discomfort can actually lead to learning and development. Making conflicts productive in this way requires congruence from you as a facilitator at all levels of the iceberg. You will gain insight into your own conflict beliefs and behaviors, as well as those of teams and organizations. You will learn how to address destructive interactions without 'losing face.'
This way, you will become more 'attracted' to conflicts and start seeing them as hurdles to overcome for better communication and alignment.