Conflict is inevitable. Conflict is defined as a state of open, often prolonged fighting; a battle or war. A state of disharmony between incompatible or antithetical persons, ideas, or interests; a clash. Often people get stuck in situations they do not know how to navigate out of, with support and new communication skills, it can change. I help integrate different points of view and help find resolution without losing identity.
I offer a space and support for people to reflect, talk about their stress and how to manage it, wether is it for your personal or professional life. (which often overlap).
Companies with a healthy corporate culture report, on average, a turnover rate of just 13.9 percent compared to 48.4 percent at companies with a poor culture.
Employees in United States companies spend approximately 2.8 hours each week involved in conflict. This amounts to around $359 billion in hours paid that are filled with – and focused on – conflict instead of on positive productivity. The figure is the equivalent of 385 million days on the job going toward the goal of arguing, as opposed to being put toward collaboration. A full day of productivity each month. This is 2-1/2 weeks of productivity each year. (CPP Inc.)
When one learns skills to handle conflict, it can create a more peaceful home and work life experience. One person who changes their approach can change an entire environment.
Learn how to manage stress, help others manage theirs, learn peaceful communication, and when to use healthy boundaries. Learn how to resolve situations and relationships that are stuck or dragging. I will help get to the root of the behaviors.