Six-Word Lessons for Transforming Conflict with Mindfulness: 100 Lessons for More Presence and Skill in Resolving Conflicts
How do you handle the conflict in your life?
Do you overreact? Run and hide? Just give in? When conflict isn’t handled well, our goals are at risk. We damage relationships. We find ourselves in cycles of anger, worry, resentment, doubt, and avoidance.
This is where mindfulness intersects conflict resolution. Mindfulness provides a path for more presence, clarity, and centeredness in times of stress.
With its practical tools and understandings, this book will inspire you to engage in healthier interactions and resolve issues creatively, with integrity.
Written by Judith Sugg, Ph.D., also the author of Six-Word Lessons on Fearless Presenting and Lost and Found: Help for Families Harmed by Problem Gambling, and Alisa Blum. Judith and Alisa are co-directors at AIM for Organizational Health in Portland, Oregon where they incorporate mindfulness awareness in interactions that help people handle conflict in a variety of work and personal situations.
Six-Word Lessons for Transforming Conflict with Mindfulness is organized into 10 easy-to-understand chapters:
1. When Our Goals and Emotions Clash
2. Developing Your Emotional Intelligence in Conflict
3. What is Your Go-To Style?
4. Practical Tools for Your Mindful Awareness
5. Practical Tools for Skillfully Negotiating Conflict
6. Practical Tools for Resolving Internal Conflict
7. Giving and Receiving Feedback with Grace
8. Being Strategic: Taking Another Person's Perspective
9. Step Into the Real Deal Now
10. Deep Breath! Putting it All Together
Published by Pacelli Publishing
Learn more about the author at her website, JudySugg.com
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