Tag Archives: Conflict Resolution

5 Conflict Resolution Tools that Work in your Business and your Marriage

Conflict between people can be viewed in very general terms, i.e.,  as a fight or battle. The word conflict may lead you to think of a nasty fight with your spouse, or a mild argument between business partners.  Regardless of how mild or severe, most conflicts in business and marriage are rooted in power struggles.  […]

The #1 Secret for How Conflict Can Grow Your Business and Your Relationships

Most businesses and all relationships experience conflict and fights. Whether these fights destroy your business or your relationship is found in one little secret. Differences of opinion in all areas of your business, from leadership style to business growth plans (meaning – how to achieve your company goal), lie at the heart of many fights. […]

Conflict Resolution Skill #5 Needed for Success in Business and Life

There is not any business or romantic relationship which does not have its share of conflict and problems. Conflict is a normal part of life; it is impossible to avoid. People who run successful businesses and people who are in happy relationships are those who know how to effectively handle conflict (not avoid or deny […]

Conflict Resolution Skill #4 for Entrepreneurs, Women and Business

This week we are going to learn about conflict resolution skill #4 needed for success in business and life. Following is a quick re-cap of the conflict resolution skills discussed (in detail) during the previous three weeks: 1) acknowledge the conflict exists; 2) communicate effectively about the conflict and 3) take personal responsibility for the […]

Conflict Resolution Advice for Your Relationship and Your Business

Conflict in our relationships cannot be created in a vacuum. At least two people are responsible for it when it enters our lives. Regardless of whether you “started” the conflict or fight, or you are allowing it to “perpetuate”, you have some personal responsibility for its presence in your relationship. Taking personal responsibility is conflict […]

Conflict Resolution Skill #2 for Women and Business

Although we have never had more methods by which to communicate with each other than ever before due to modern technology, i.e., blackberries, iphones, laptops, droids, etc, our ability to effectively communicate is not at such a great place these days. Listen to TV, talk radio and the media in general, when conflict – or […]

Conflict Resolution and Relationship Advice

Conflict is an inevitable part of all relationships; this is true for romantic as well as business relationships. At its core, conflict stems from differences. These differences may reflect disagreements over goals, values, ideas, perceptions, motivations, to name just a few. Couples who survive, and thrive through the challenges of entrepreneurial life have successfully learned […]

5 Conflict Resolution Skills to End Fireworks for Women and Business

Conflict between people can be seen in very general terms – as a fight or battle. The word conflict may lead you to think of a nasty fight with your spouse, or a mild argument between business partners. Regardless of how mild or severe, most conflicts in marriage and business are rooted in power struggles. […]

3 Secrets every couple MUST know to FIGHT FAIR (to keep the love and intimacy alive in your relationship)

Fighting (or conflict) is a normal, even healthy part of any intimate relationship. If you are in a relationship for more than say, 5 minutes, you and your partner are going to have a difference of opinions since you are both adults with minds of your own. The secret to maintaining love and intimacy in […]

Spring Your Relationship into Happiness: 3 Simple Secrets Happy Couples Know.

A happy marriage (or intimate relationship) is a lot like a garden – plant the seeds in healthy soil and provide the appropriate nutrients: water and sunlight – and watch your garden grow. Tending to your garden every day, in the smallest ways, allows it to grow and bloom. This holds true for your relationship […]