Sometimes, not everyone involved in a conflict wants to participate in a mediated discussion. In these situations, we often recommend conflict coaching for those individuals who are looking for suggestions on how to approach and work towards resolution with others. Conflict coaches help clients identify their interests and develop strategies to speak with others involved in a conflict to create mutually beneficial solutions.
Whether you are stuck in neutral or feel like you’re going in the wrong direction, a life coach can help you get on a better, more satisfying life track.
Managers sometimes find they must intervene in a conflict between employees. This can be problematic on many levels, and settling the dispute in a way that is perceived as fair by all can be difficult. While many such situations are best addressed through mediation, it is sometimes the case that mediation is not appropriate or warranted -- yet something needs to be done. In these circumstances we may recommend conflict coaching for those individuals who are looking for suggestions on how to approach a co-worker and work towards resolution. Our conflict coaches help clients think through the situation to clearly identify what’s important to them and to develop strategies to work successfully with other parties. When our clients employ the interactive listening and other techniques we teach them, breakthroughs can occur.