Blog: Conflict

The Silver Bullet

Life in recent times has been stressful and unpredictable but we’re excited to have the opportunity to assist you in taking control of the things that are still within your power to control. Finding ways to remain focused on pre-existing goals will help you to achieve a greater sense of happiness and worthiness. That said, we’re fresh out of…

We’re in this Together: COVID-19

Times of uncertainty can trigger fear and confusion, but it doesn’t have to. Here, you will find tips that will help move you from fear to acceptance, and from confusion to clarity, as we highlight the abundance of incredible opportunities that can be found in this time of great change, including our newly offered complimentary group coaching sessions. There…

Getting Unstuck

Going through the motions, coasting on autopilot, or just feeling plain old stuck–whatever you happen to call this uninspiring state, we all know how it feels to struggle with motivation in the workplace. These useful tips will get you and your team moving again in no time! Getting Unstuck Seamlessly you go from leading a meeting, to supporting staff,…

How to Better Understand and Resolve Your Triggers

FEELING TRIGGERED? In speaking with someone, have you ever shouted out an impassioned and cutting retort or belted at them a churlish and icy command? Perhaps you can call to mind an intense experience with your child, neighbour, employee, or spouse. What was it that had you do that? Was it something they had said or didn’t say? Or,…

Workplace Stress: 4 Ways to Stress Reduction

Workplace stress is an occupational hazard at any position and in any organization. However, there are a number of ways to reduce workplace stress. Let’s look at a few reasons to  reduce stress, and some ways that you can create a healthier, happier workplace. Stress acts as a barrier to productivity, health and happiness. Prolonged stress takes a toll…

Minimize Conflict and Disagreement Blues by Deepening Your Awareness

  I admit, I don’t really want to minimize conflict. I know conflicts and disagreements are going to happen. You know what I really want? I want to minimize those all-too-familiar anxious feelings that arise in me when I am in conflict. Here’s what has helped: In the midst of disagreement, it is possible to create an environment where …

How to Get Over a Mistake

  If we are supposed to learn from our mistakes, why are we so afraid to make them? Has anyone ever misinterpreted or misunderstood what you said or intended? Have you ever misunderstood what someone meant and then reacted to? We make mistakes every day, large and small, from epic fails to minor faux pas: deadlines will be missed,…

3 Steps to Creating (Conflict) Resolutions in the Workplace and Beyond

  While we often resolve to do something more, better, different at the beginning of a year, we rarely take the time to consider the conflicts that these resolutions create, and how we’ll deal with them.   Eating healthier, being more active, and saving more money continue to top the personal commitment list. At work, reaching team goals, being less…

Changing Perspective Changes Results

Reframing… sometimes we just need to see things differently.    Reframing is seeing a situation from a different perspective. It can be really helpful in problem solving and in conflictual situations where you want to move from a stuck place. At times when you’re feeling confused, puzzled, or you have a big decision to make, reframing can be amazing…

The Critical Steps in Conscious Communication

Life is about relationships: with others, yourself, your body, nature, the world. The quality of your communication is reflected in these relationships and is equal to the quality of your emotional well-being. The more you are aware of and implement the 2 critical steps in conscious communication, the flow of emotional well-being is heightened, happiness is accessible and clarity…

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