Only Pick a Fight When You Can Win!
By Shelle Rose Charvet
Wouldn’t it be great if you could more easily resolve conflicts and improve your relationships?
- This program covers how to manage your emotions, find out what is important to you and the other person, how to solve differences and reach a solution that you both want.
- Learn the steps to solving conflicts with other people, both at work and at home.
- What to do if someone just won’t agree? And what if you are uncomfortable confronting or saying no?
Managing conflict is something that everyone has to face in their lives at home and at work.
- manage your emotions,
- find out what is important to you and the other person,
- solve the differences that divide you,
- reach a solution that you both want
Have you ever had one of those emails?
Have you ever had one of these situations at work?
Have you ever tried to help someone when it all goes to pieces?
Have you ever noticed that when you are on one side of a conflict, the other side seems to be unreasonable, unfair and practically insane?
In a recent on-line poll, I asked people what they thought was the biggest communication problem.
17% said cynicism and mistrust
46% said poor communication skills
14% said absence of communication
23% said stubborn refusal to entertain other perspectives
This means that over 85% of those polled indicated that the biggest communication problem today is because of a negative attitude or lack of skill.
Many people were raised to sweep conflict under the carpet.
Some people’s families do a lot of shouting.
Blow Up or Say Nothing: The NO-WIN Formula
All the time you were trying to avoid a blow-up and look at what happened!
Blow up or Say Nothing: the 2 Extremes Trap
- Make sure your needs and the other person’s needs are met as much as possible
- And maintain or improve your relationship at the same time?
that would enable you to:
Where are the tensions and hot-spots in your life that you wish would just go away…. but they don’t?
What if you could have a conversation instead of a confrontation? Wouldn’t it be great to handle a problem-solving discussion this way? Isn’t this a fight you can win?
Finally, the right alternative to avoid blow ups and nagging problems that won’t go away.
Isn’t it worth a try?