Edge: Root & Web

Role Training

Embarrassed both by their conflict’s Root Cause, and the two unhealthy Webs they had created, the two supervisors in Case Study #1 (see below) [...]

Role Training2021-08-31T17:56:44+00:00
  • Lola Wilcox on Conflict

Symptoms, Sources, Solutions

The first task in conflict management is to notice you are in one – either by recognizing your own symptoms or those of others [...]

Symptoms, Sources, Solutions2021-06-29T18:37:22+00:00
  • Energize Photo by Anastasia Zhenina

Working the Edge

Case Study #1: Twenty Years of Baggage Question 1:  When did you first become aware of, get to know each other? [...]

Working the Edge2021-06-29T18:38:19+00:00
  • Tug of War

Tug of War

Three words can encompass a conflict: Root, Web and Edge. If you know these three things you can manage or even resolve most conflicts. [...]

Tug of War2021-04-07T01:46:33+00:00

Have Baggage. Looking for Conflict.

If we have a negative experience with conflict we tend to avoid, suppress, smooth over, “wait for emotions to cool down”, deny it’s happening, [...]

Have Baggage. Looking for Conflict.2021-04-07T01:46:42+00:00

Conflict as Transformer

Conflict delivers us to the Edge of a transformation. We have no need to disagree, argue, or fight with others whose understanding mirrors our [...]

Conflict as Transformer2021-04-07T01:46:50+00:00
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