Some days, you may handle it really well. Other times, it might be less than wonderful.
You are not alone.
I see and hear a lot from my clients, and I am still learning from my own less than stellar moments.
I do know that peace takes practice. And that does not mean shutting down and avoiding conversations.
Underneath all of the "stuff," folks mostly just want to meet needs. Figuring out what those are proves an important step.
It might be needs for clarity, freedom, meaning, security, or respect.
It may be more about appreciation, purpose, support, or understanding.
I work with folks like you to create peace, resolve conflict, and transform visions into results.
Practicing as a civil and family lawyer for twenty years, and now as a mediator, I see the tremendous amount of time, money, and emotional energy exhausted in litigation.
Avoiding important conversations takes a similar toll on business, family and organization morale, productivity, and of course, relationships.
What is conflict costing you?
You do not have to do this alone.
Let me help.