Conflict Resolution Continuum

Conflict Resolu.on Con.nuum Greater under-­‐
standing of self Conflict Greater under-­‐
standing of other Greater under-­‐
standing of your situa6on and op6ons BeKer working rela6onship BeKer way of working •  People in conflict •  At the very least, •  You may also get a •  Through greater •  The quality of can experience par6cipa6on in greater your interac6ons understanding of rela6ve weakness media6on can understanding of may move from yourself and the (confusion, fear, help you the other party other party -­‐ you destruc6ve to disorganisa6on, understand i.e. what buKons construc6ve; may also get vulnerability, yourself beKer, you push in them, nega6ve to greater clarity of powerlessness, i.e. help you to and why they posi6ve; the conflict itself, uncertainty, recognise why react as they do aliena6ng to and what op6ons indecisiveness) your buKons get connec6ng; are therefore pushed and why demonising to possible you r
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ou humanising •  People in conflict do can experience rela6ve self-­‐
•  As a result, you absorp6on (self-­‐
may find op6ons protec6on, that result in a defensiveness, beKer working suspicion, rela6onship or a hos6lity, closed-­‐
beKer way of mindedness) working •  Conflict impacts your wellbeing -­‐ at work and at home
Enhancing Wellbeing through – Conflict Resolu6on – Career Development– Psychology – Learning Programs BeKer rela6onship •  People in conflict behave badly •  Forgiving oneself and/or the other party for that behaviour can lead to a transforma6onal change in your rela6onship •  Forgiving is not forgeTng, but allowing yourself to have the most produc6ve rela6onship possible •  Forgiving assists wellbeing and allows movement out of ‘fight & flight’ cycle.