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This is an excerpt from Rooted in Grace: Essays on Dialogue Without Division. It’s an amazing book about how to have difficult conversations without devolving into animosity. This chapter is about the role of emotional intelligence and coaching in that process. It’s published by the Missional Wisdom Foundation, a Six Seconds Preferred Partner. In a […]
Posted November 5, 2018 by in Life
This article from Cafe Quill shares tip for resolving conflict with another employee. It includes a pretty awesome infographic about how much time we spend in conflict and work – and what we can do about it. To see the infographic, click on the link at the bottom.
Posted December 25, 2017 by in Business
In this article from Six Seconds, Josh Freedman shares a 4 step plan for negotiating conflict with emotional intelligence. A wonderful guide to applying consequential thinking, exercising optimism, and more!
Posted August 24, 2017 by in Life
This article from Edutopia offers advice on creating a community free of bullying, based on the five guiding fundamentals at Odyssey Community School in Asheville, North Carolina. Considering the struggle with bullying that schools nationwide are facing, this example is more relevant than ever.
Posted June 1, 2017 by in Education
Restorative justice empowers students to take on a bigger role in resolving their own conflicts. This article from Edutopia looks at successful restorative justice programs that have been implemented in schools around the country.
Posted May 25, 2017 by in Education
In this article from Edutopia, Kristin Stuart Valdez talks about how you can use disciplinary moments to practice social and emotional learning. https://www.edutopia.org/article/untapped-sel-tool-conflict-kristin-stuart-valdes
Posted April 4, 2017 by in Education
This worksheet from Teaching Tolerance looks at conflict managers’ steps to resolve a conflict. A great resource for educators or parents to use to help kids resolve conflicts in an emotionally intelligent way.