Category Archives: Conflict Coaching

Churches in Conflict

[This post is a rewrite of a previously-published article.] When Peter came to Antioch, I opposed him to his face…” ~Paul, Gal. 2:11 “…for there must be factions among you in order that those who are genuine among you may … Continue reading

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Church conflict—obviously a common issue

Every once in a while I take a look at the stats for this site, just to see who’s reading, and why. First, I noticed that traffic is way up, a steady increase over the past few months. Thank you! … Continue reading

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Managers: Don’t create unnecessary conflict

Managers have a rather distinctive ability in an organization to create conflict. While everyone has that potential—and we’ve all known co-workers who seem particularly gifted in this regard—managers are uniquely situated to cause as much conflict as possible. Therefore, it … Continue reading

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“Don’t believe everything you think”

From Tammy Lenski’s Conflict Zen blog: Conflict is a story. It’s a story you tell yourself about what happened, how it happened, and why it happened. It’s a story you tell others as a way to seek comfort or understanding. … Continue reading

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Lorraine Segal on the value of Conflict Coaching

Working with a conflict coach supports peoples’ process to learn and practice tools for communication and self reflection, and to gain skills for understanding and managing their own conflicts and difficult conversations throughout their lives. From Teaching People to Fish … Continue reading

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