Creating Pathways Toward Conflict Transformation
Making peace with conflict.
“Compassion energizes us to co-create. Compassion
doesn’t mean letting someone off the hook, feeling sorry
for them, or loving them into good behavior. Compassion balances caring, concern, empathy, and transparency
with boundaries, goals, aspirations, and standards.”
Dr. Nate Regier, Conflict Without Casualties.
Learn how to utilize conflict productively and experience the benefits of effective communication with these leadership training programs.
Leading Out of Drama® (LOD) provides groups and individuals with easy to apply tools and a common language for navigating conflict without energy zapping drama. When the energy of conflict is used in compassionate and creative ways we can harness that energy into productive relationships and solutions.
"Prior to discovering Next-Element's Leading Out of Drama®, I did not consistently approach conflict in constructive ways. Shifting my view of conflict has given me a new perspective. I realize conflict is a necessary part of life because without it there would be no change. We have a choice whether to use the energy of conflict to create drama and negativity or we can allow the energy of conflict to be a positive motivator."
Michyl-Shannon Quilty, Leading Out of Drama® Provider.
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On average, employees around the world spend about 2.1 hours per week, or over one day per month, dealing with workplace conflict in some way.
How might you spend an extra two hours a week?
The key to healthy conflict is learning how to struggle with one another rather then struggling against one another.
LOD tranforms conflict into positive progress toward becoming a faith community centered in love.
What if we saw conflict in our faith community as an opportunity for positive change?
Positive conflict skills are a foundational leadership competency.
LOD helps you transform the energy of conflict into meaningful contributions -- filled with compassion.
How can you create something better?