Conflict Without Casualties
Learn how to transform negative drama into compassionate accountability™
Format: Digital Downloads
Workplace drama is debilitating and can wreak havoc on your team and organization – passive aggressive behaviors, infighting and water cooler gossip drain energy and distract everyone from the collaborative pursuit of goals.
Studies show that drama costs the US workforce over $350 billion per year in lost productivity, absenteeism and wasted energy.
And while it can be tempting to reject or ignore the conflict simply to keep the peace, the truth is once negativity has started to infect your team, you cannot contain the damage.
The vast majority of conflict management focuses on “fixing” conflict – by either minimizing the risk or controlling or mediating it. And while this may reduce the stress, it also compromises the positive change and potential that can be found in conflict.
The good news is it doesn’t have to be this way. This transformative program introduces a simple model and a suite of tools that managers can use to transform the negativity of conflict into a positive and creative force.
- How to detect and decode drama in yourself and others.
- How conflict can be a creative force.
- Three core competencies for Compassionate Accountability™.
- The formula for compassionate conflict
Conflict is an unavoidable in our lives – both personal and at work. The simple principles that you’ll learn will transform both the way you see and feel about other people and the way you approach conflict and accountability.
Don’t settle for negative and draining drama. Join us for 60 minutes and realize how to use this inevitable energy for a more productive, efficient, and fun work environment—and life!
About the Presenter:
Nate Regier is the co-founding owner and chief executive officer of Next Element, a global advisory firm specializing in building cultures of compassionate accountability. A former practicing psychologist, Regier is an expert in social-emotional intelligence and leadership, positive conflict, mind-body-spirit health, neuropsychology, group dynamics, interpersonal and leadership communication, executive assessment and coaching, organizational development, team building, and change management. An international adviser, he is a certified Leading Out of Drama master trainer, Process Communication Model® certifying master trainer, and co-developer of Next Element’s Leading Out of Drama® training and coaching. Nate has published two books: Beyond Drama, and his latest work, Conflict Without Casualties.ORDER NOW
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