Our personal history and experiences lead us to behave in specific ways when we are in conflict situations.
Some of us get loud and pushy, others get quiet and upset. Some of these ways are useful and others are not. We often can’t fundamentally change our style but if we know it, we can start to take responsibility for it in a way that helps us and others.
This workshop explores some of the key styles that we adopt and also looks at how those styles impact with people who are very different from us.
It will help us be more aware of our conflict tendencies and support us to take greater responsibility in our challenging interactions.
People who want to understand why they or others behave in particular ways when in conflict
Anyone who is currently struggling with a conflict situation
The workshop will offer: