Conflict Management Success Stories

| August 20th

Scilla Elworthy can share a lot of conflict management success stories. Dr. Elworthy is a distinguished activist for peace and has been nominated three times for the Nobel Peace Prize. The mission for her global projects has always been to help facilitate peace where conflict dominates. Based on her experience, she has a number of […]

How Do You Resolve A Conflict?

| August 1st

How do you resolve a conflict? There are sharks all around us, so you need to be prepared to manage them by building your Peace Chest. This is our annual salute to Shark Week.   Would you like to learn more about building your Peace Chest?  Email me: Keith@AttorneyGrossman.com, or call me toll free at (877) 687-1392 or […]

Resolve Conflict – Change The Lightbulb

| May 20th

Plato said, “We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.” Many times we are looking for solutions in a small area. We are standing in darkness and afraid to look in the light. This is a huge mistake. […]

Conflict Management Stories: A Story of 2 Sisters and an Orange

| October 21st

At a recent training presentation I facilitated, I told one of my conflict management stories: a story of 2 sisters and an orange. This story typically makes a strong impression, and this recent training presentation was no exception. After the presentation, a lady came up to me and said that this story really helped her […]

What Causes Conflict – Are You Contributing To It?

| September 20th

Are you contributing to what causes conflict? Are you contributing to the perpetuation of the conflict? Sometimes we put ourselves into conflict without fully appreciating our own thoughts and behavior. I grew up in Miami and became a fan of the University of Miami Hurricanes football program. I had two friends who also were Hurricanes […]

Example of Conflict With A High Conflict Person

| August 5th

I had only been practicing law a few years when I found myself sitting in my boss’s office. At the time, I worked at the Office of the Public Defender. I represented a client who had a distant relative, and this relative called me almost daily about my client’s case. He was a high conflict person. […]

Dealing With Conflict A Better Way

| April 5th

Is there a better way for dealing with conflict? Many people deal with conflict from a totally emotional level. The conflict may require them to make a change. It may require them to deal with the unknown and move out of their comfort zone. The conflict puts them in a scary place, so they react […]

Dealing With Conflict Immediately

| February 21st

Dealing with conflict IMMEDIATELY can be difficult when we find ourselves nose to nose with our “opponent” and on the receiving end of some type of shocking, angry behavior. Sometimes we’ve done the best we can to avoid or deescalate conflict, and our efforts have been unsuccessful. What should we do in those situations? Here […]

A Change In Thinking Can Resolve a Conflict

| December 12th

When we are in preschool, we are all taught to share with others. In fact, I remember when my kids were children in preschool, they sang a little song with a line it: “It’s mine, but you can have some”. That’s a nice thought, and we are all taught that early on in life. Somewhere […]

Dealing With Conflict Like It’s a Boiled Egg

| November 15th

DEALING WITH CONFLICT LIKE IT’S A BOILED EGG Too many people think of conflict as a bad word. You should be thinking about it as an opportunity to take advantage of the energy that conflict can create. You should be dealing with conflict like it’s a boiled egg, which I’ll explain more. The reality is […]