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Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
Discussing the tough topics without dread
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The ability to handle conflict in a professional manner is an important leadership skill. This presentation gives practical wisdom and steps that can be used to help take away the dread that may come …

The ability to handle conflict in a professional manner is an important leadership skill. This presentation gives practical wisdom and steps that can be used to help take away the dread that may come when a leaders knows they need to handle a situation that could be "less than splendid."
This deck was designed for Early Childhood Professionals but could be used by professionals within an discipline.

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  • 1. Lisa Fields & Associates
  • 2. Presents
  • 3. Discussing the ToughTopics without the Dread
  • 4. I Needed this tool.
  • 5. Learning Objectives Describe respectful ways to communicate in a manner that is beneficial to both parties. Use easy methods to discuss “sensitive” topics List 3 methods to establish healthy boundaries.boundaries.
  • 6. A Respectful way to communicate
  • 7. Another Respectful way to Communicate
  • 8. David Holmes @DHolmesRaps
  • 9. Respectful Ways to CommunicateDifferent Stories: Why we each see theworld differently.We have different information.We each know ourselves better thananyone else can.
  • 10. Respectful Ways to Communicate We have different interpretationsWe are influenced by past experiences
  • 11. Method to Discuss“Sensitive” Topics
  • 12. This is a Pattern
  • 13. Different Fabric
  • 14. But still a Dress
  • 15. When People & Turtles feel endangered what do they do?
  • 16. They Hide
  • 17. or
  • 18. They might Snap
  • 19. My Student
  • 20. What to do?
  • 21. Time for the Pattern.
  • 22. Don’t use this when:Someone is under the influence ofAlcohol & or other Drugs.Someone has serious, chronic mentalillness and they are not presently stable.Someone is presenting domesticviolence patterns.
  • 23. Let’s Go!
  • 24. When you...Short, Sweet, Specific
  • 25. I’m (The Feeling)Always use Concerned
  • 26. Because (This is the why)It explains the Feeling
  • 27. So,....(Ask for what you want)
  • 28. This is what I said:When you pull your shirt up to hereI”m concernedBecause I’m having a hard timeconcentrating and I really want to listen toyouSo, could you put your shirt down?
  • 29. Practice makes Perfect
  • 30. How to Create Boundaries at Work Nicole Williams
  • 31. This is Not A Healthy Boundary!
  • 32. People with healthy boundaries havedeveloped an identity separate anddistinct from others and are notdependent upon others to nurture theirpersonal and spiritual growth.
  • 33. “I’m not going to tell him to back off. I want him to like me.”“I swear she picks on me.”
  • 34. “I’m so stupid, I can’t believe I told her I forgot the deadline.” “I thought we really made a greatconnection, but she didn’t say hi on the way to her office.”
  • 35. Lessons Learned.
  • 36. Thank You!

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