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Conflict as a Path to Collaboration

Learning to see conflict as a way to improve relationships & outcomes

  • 120 US dollars
  • Old Melbourne Highway

Service Description

In the Conflict As a Path To Collaboration Playshop you will learn: ​ *How to recognize the deeper patterns at play so you can not stay stuck in a painful situation.   *Techniques to immediately defuse or reduce conflict when it begins   *Ways to stay more centered and grounded so there is less to regret when you get caught in a conflict situation.  *Tips to shift perspective and recognize the benefit of conflict for better relationships and more productive, happier outcomes at home and at work.    Program description: This introductory half-day program for leaders and teams requires no experience with horses…at all! After a brief course overview, we’ll set our individual and group intentions for the day, then explore how conflict reflects patterns in our workplaces, while in the presence of the herd. We’ll explore what is behind conflict and how using it can lead to better collaboration through practical examples. The program offers tools to start understanding and using conflict to get teams and groups moving to achieve better outcomes. We end with a conversation about what we learned and practices to experiment with, and finish by checking back in with our intentions. Program purpose: This program’s purpose is to recognize how reduce conflict avoidance, which leads to impasses, gets in the way of executing on strategy, and causes disengagement and morale slump. We’ll explore a process for loosening up where our teams are stuck, and increase your ability to understand how diving into conflict can be much less painful than ignoring it and much more productive than trying to “make nice”. This short program offers a taste of starting to work with this key leadership skill. Objectives: • Increase your awareness of the forces that lead to conflict and how communication and team culture can exaggerate or minimize it. • Become more skilled at recognizing your own contribution to and engagement in conflict and how to use this information to downshift the degree of conflict. • Familiarize yourself with the diversity and value of yours and others’ strengths and values for better group outcomes. • Have fun with horses and with each other! Come join us in Harmony, FL for our Playshop: Conflict as a Path to Collaboration Sat, June 19 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM at First Nature Ranch, 7530 Old Melbourne Highway, Harmony, FL 34771. Phone: Call Kerul with questions at 407-957-1494 To Register:

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

To cancel or reschedule, please contact us at least 48 hours in advance. Some bookings may not result in a refund. Please see the individual program information for cancellation and refund information.

Contact Details

  • 7530 Old Melbourne Highway, Florida, USA

    + 4079571494

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