Conflicts happen in our personal relationships, business dealings and out in the larger world. They’re inevitable and can often seem overwhelming.
What you do have control over is your own response to the conflict. You can resist and curl inwards, choosing to ignore. You can fight. Or you can work through it, coming to the best possible resolution for all parties involved.
Just because some of these responses come more naturally to us doesn’t mean they are the best mode for the outcome we desire. At this workshop, consultant Kristin Berry will walk you through the different conflict mode options from the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI) and discuss practical techniques to maintain or regain emotional control in a conflict situation.
Walk away with increased self awareness and self-care practices in the interest of supporting mental health – even in the midst of intense conflict. Conflict can be uncomfortable, but it can also be an opportunity for growth
Workshop runs on Wednesday August 9th at 2111 Dundas St. W. Register here.