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Managing Conflict in the Workplace.
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Judy Ringer is the author of Unlikely Teachers: Finding the Hidden Gifts in Daily Conflict. She provides conflict, communication, and presentation skills training based on mind/body principles from the martial art Aikido, in which she holds a third-degree black belt. Employing best practice communication models, Judy brings to life key concepts such as selfmanagement under pressure and appreciation of other viewpoints. Her programs are interactive, experiential and energetic. She is also the author of three CDs, Managing Conflict in the Workplace: An Aiki Approach; Simple Gifts: Making the Most of Life’s Ki Moments; and This Little Light: The Gift of Christmas, as well as the award-winning newsletter, Ki Moments. 29, and experience how the martial art Aikido uses the energy of conflict in more compassionate and creative ways. Author, Aikidoist, and Owner Power & Presence Training.
You’ll see conflict as a way to strengthen relationships instead of weakening them, and you’ll practice techniques to move from reactivity to response and from a problem to a solution focus. You’ll make life more effortless and powerful and have fun doing it. Purpose: To provide perspective, tools, and training in self-management and conflict resolution in the workplace. Objectives: Choose to be centered and increase your options in difficult situations. Appreciate the value of listening and curiosity in conflict. Utilize specific verbal applications to communicate more effectively.
Conflict management expert and aikido master Judy Ringer explains that this Japanese martial art and its mind-body principles can guide managers in handling disputes. She carefully details her step-by-step conflict resolution system as she teaches managers how to use this elegant approach to restore workplace peace. Her philosophy and methods are equally effective in handling disagreements between employees or between friends or family members.
Managing Emotional Energy With Awareness and Purpose. The Centered State: Moving from Reaction to Response. Difficult People: Dealing With Resistance. Workplace Conflicts: Breaking Ineffective Habits. Managing Difficult Conversations: Five Tips. This Little Light: The Gift of Christmas.
A video about Managing Conflict in the Workplace: An Aiki Approach by Judy Ringer - 4 views - 0 people liked it. Author, Aikidoist, and Owner Power & Pr. .Judy Ringer at CreativeMornings Portsmouth, September 2017. Free events like this one are hosted every month in dozens of cities. aikido, center, and conflict.
Judy Ringer - Managing Conflict in the Workplace: An Aiki Approach, 2007. Managing Emotional Energy With Awareness and Purpose 03:33. The Centered State: Moving from Reaction to Response 08:48. Difficult People: Dealing With Resistance 02:58. Workplace Conflicts: Breaking Ineffective Habits 09:23. Managing Difficult Conversations: Five Tips 06:11. All songs from Managing Conflict in the Workplace: An Aiki Approach. Judy Ringer - Simple Gifts, 2011. Stopping by Woods 03:54. Cultivating Gratitude 03:28.
Workplace conflict can be the root cause of a number of problems like absenteeism and turnover. The following five tips will help business leaders to more effectively deal with conflict in their workplaces: 1. Set expectations for acceptable behavior. The biggest secret to conflict resolution is to prevent conflict from occurring in the first place. That is why setting clear expectations of acceptable behavior is so important. You should also attempt to seek out areas of potential conflict and intervene before any conflict ever occurs. This can stop conflict from arising in the first place. It also will most likely lessen the severity and length of any conflict that actually does occur.
Making that wise choice in the heat of the moment takes practice of a different kind. Try this centering practice: Notice when you’re holding your breath. It doesn’t even have to be a conflict. For example, I almost always stop breathing when I: open the car door.