How often do you find yourself avoiding or postponing a conversation you need to have with someone about a behavior that is causing a problem? If your answer is often, you've got lots of company. Many of us fear confrontation because it hasn't gone well before and we don't know how to make it better, no matter how high the stakes might be.
Confrontation is a healthy part of any relationship. It's how we confront someone that derails conversations, injures relationships and fails to create impetus for change. Too often, we 'wing' a confrontation without having through t through what we want to say. We consequently come across as blaming, unclear, or emotionally charged. It's no wonder the other person gets defensive or skips defense and goes straight into attack mode. Either way, the conversation is over before it has begin.
This bundle includes three introductory activities to Fierce Conversations, as well as three activities and three worksheets that take roughly 20 minutes each to complete.