Welcome to Choice Conflict Resolution
Training and coaching in conflict resolution skills. Workplace, Civil and Commercial Mediation cases undertaken with accredited mediator, Marina Sala.
Hi and welcome to Choice!
Do you find yourself saying the same thing but nothing changes?
Do you feel like you’re ‘always’ the one to blame?
Do you wonder if saying something will just make matters worse?
Are strained relations with your partner or colleagues taking their toll on you?
Don’t worry, you’re not alone!
Whether you’re at work, at home, or in social situations, clear and conscious communication can be difficult to sustain at times. When it breaks down it can affect our emotional and physical wellbeing, performance and relations with others.
Yet conflict can also be seen as an opportunity for understanding, growth and change. This is not to say that it’s not going to affect us, quite the opposite, just that it can do so constructively.
Clearer communication helps us to understand each other better and to transform things that don’t work into things that do.
Choice can assist you to:
- Raise matters directly and effectively without engaging in blame
- Communicate effectively with people and situations we find difficult
- Express our needs assertively
- Address the reasons for competition and resentment
- Enhance mutual understanding and co-operative problem-solving
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December 16, 2015
Picture: Don Miguel Ruiz “The Four Agreements” It’s not always easy to be full of festive cheer when tense feelings lurk beneath the Christmas tree. Family gatherings can trigger old dynamics and emotions even when we feel we’ve personally resolved them. By responding differently, we can break patterns and turn a problem into an opportunity for understanding […]
December 11, 2015
Bully; Arrogant; Loser; Taker Narcissist; Bi-polar; Victim, Addict “Middle-class”; “Working-class”; “Posh” *&%@! (Offensive words based on race, ethnicity, religion, sexuality and gender) “Terrorist Sympathiser”; “Terrorist” . . . They are all labels; used disparagingly, and frequently, in all areas life. They stigmatise, exclude, polarise, pigeonhole and stereotype. Labels exist, and will continue to exist – […]
November 03, 2015
Is resentment holding you back? What can you do to change the situation in a constructive and empowering way? Years ago, when I was adapting to the nuances of the English language, I asked a friend “Do you say: “to bear a grudge or ‘to bear grudge’?” (i.e. without the ‘a’) His answer: “It depends […]
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