How to Effectively Deal With Conflicts?
About This Week’s Guest
Nate Regier, Ph.D., is CEO and co-founding owner of Next Element, a global leadership training and certification firm specializing in communication and conflict skills.
He’s an expert in social-emotional intelligence and leadership, positive conflict, neuropsychology, and group dynamics.
Regier is a co-developer of Next Element’s Leading Out of Drama® training and coaching system, an LOD® master trainer, and Process Communication Model® certifying master trainer.
He is the co-author of Beyond Drama: Transcending Energy Vampires, and his just-released second book, Conflict Without Casualties: A Field Guide for Leading with Compassionate Accountability.
He’s an enthusiastic dad and husband.
“Conflict is neither good nor bad; it’s just how you deal with it that makes it so.”
His tips to become more culturally competent are:
- Start at open: Be honest about your motives and feelings (and respect others’) to create a space where people can feel safe.
- Discover and respect individual differences beneath culture, race, religion, gender, etc. Personality differences are universal and often account for why we see things differently.
- Re-frame your relationship with conflict as an energy source for positive change. Treat people like they are worthwhile, capable, and accountable.
Links that are mentioned in this episode:
|P 316-283-4200 M 316-772-6174|
|E [email protected] W next-element.com|
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