Quote: “There’s no such thing as a failed relationship as long as you’re learning the lessons.” Penny Tremblay
How do you resolve the conflict in your life and at work? Do you shy away from conflict and sweep it under the rug, hoping that somehow it will take care of itself? Do you confront it head-on, tackling issues as they arise? Or are you somewhere in the middle, maybe treating it differently at home than at work?
On this episode of Authentic Living with Roxanne, we’re thrilled to welcome our good friend and Workplace Relationships Expert, Penny Tremblay. Penny is here to share her wealth of knowledge about confronting and resolving conflict in a way that leaves all parties feeling like they’ve been heard and allows everyone to take responsibility for their part of the conflict.
Penny is a genuine entrepreneur. Founding the Tremblay Leadership Center, with relationship strategies training and keynotes internationally for 20+ years, thousands have benefitted with skills and confidence to be productive, play nice in the sandbox, and climb the ladder of success. Her Advanced Mediation certificate from Harvard, combined with years of conflict resolution facilitation in workplaces, bring stories, experiences and guidance for a productive, peaceful and profitable business.
Watch the podcast here – Conflict Resolution – The One Superpower Needed Today with Penny Tremblay
Listen to the podcast here: Conflict Resolution – The One Superpower Needed Today with Penny Tremblay
Authentic Touch Points:
- Penny’s elevator pitch. 1:30
- How to get started. 5:00
- Triggers, how they can affect others. 11:0
- Finding a common goal. 18:00
- Include the entire team. 20:00
- Where do we learn how to resolve conflict? 26:00
- Making commitments to achieve a goal. 28:00
- Conflict affects the bottom line. 33:00
Penny’s Advanced Mediation certificate from Harvard, combined with years of conflict resolution facilitation in workplaces, bring stories, experiences and guidance for a productive, peaceful and profitable business.
As we move toward reopening workspaces and gathering again, I encourage leaders to reach out for guidance about presenting their authentic self to develop an improved workplace for everyone with less conflict as I offer executive coaching. Click here to contact me at your convenience, or click here to Chat with Roxanne!
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