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Conflict for Transformation

by Consultant at SplashMaker LLC on Jun 03, 2013

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This presentation dispels 5 common myths of conflict and helps us recognize and broaden our conflict styles. Intention: To shift the paradigm of conflict, relating to and applying its constructive ...

This presentation dispels 5 common myths of conflict and helps us recognize and broaden our conflict styles. Intention: To shift the paradigm of conflict, relating to and applying its constructive and transformational capacities.

Where there is change, there is conflict. Where there is conflict, there is often change (or a change that is needed). And, sometimes there is conflict just because there are people. In both our personal and professional lives, we are often in the midst of generating or participating in change. Our ability to navigate change and conflict and lead through this elusive process is paramount to success. In today's environment, conflict can be constructive and essential to innovation. Intrigued?

Darshana Patel is a Transformation Facilitator and Coach specializing in Change Leadership and Conflict with 20 years experience. Darshana is Founder of Unscripted Way, an approach to help people and organizations distinguish and rewire their limiting patterns so they can liberate their true potential and redefine what’s possible for themselves and the communities they impact.

Darshana’s career has an uncommon balance of progressive theory and practical, in-the-trenches experience. She possesses a Master’s degree in Conflict and is certified in Change Leadership through Cornell and GE.

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