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 […]

What Is Conflict?

| July 5th

What is conflict other than what we believe it to be in our minds? A conflict is simply some sort of challenge and at least one other person involved, and the conflict may actually feel more threatening than it really is. In our minds, we are assigning the level of importance to the challenge. We are […]

How To Talk To Someone You Hate

| June 20th

There are a lot of people that come into your life, and you need to know how to talk to someone you hate. You need to know what to say without enabling and escalating conflict. Here are the worst ways to respond:  Thinking your way is the only way. What does this look like? statements […]

Complete Lack of Remorse – Are We Now Seeing More Types of These Conflicts?

| June 5th

Are we now seeing more types of conflict with a complete lack of remorse? The world was utterly shocked this past year after hearing the story of Kimberley Davis, a 21-year-old Australian woman who slammed into a bicyclist with her car. Despite the fact that the cyclist had lights on the front and back of […]

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. […]

When Faced With A Conflict, Preparation Can Be The Key

| March 31st

My son recently turned 15 years old and was ready to get his driver’s permit. What was supposed to be a “coming of age” experience turned into a “crisis” experience; he just couldn’t pass the test. My son is extremely bright and charismatic. I think he went into the test with a sense of entitlement, […]

A Conflict Management Story

| December 20th

A part of managing conflict includes engaging the conflict, not avoiding the conflict. Greg Giesen offers a wonderful perspective on preparing to engage (or escalate) a conflict with a conflict management story in a blog post titled, When To Escalate Conflict. You can read more here. Are you interested in learning more about conflict management? Email […]

What Is Conflict Bullying In the Workplace (Part 3)?

| November 5th

What is conflict bullying in the workplace, and what should the employer do? It is recommended that employers consider adopting a policy that encourages employees to report workplace bullying to human resources and conducting an investigation following such complaints. Besides being a good business policy, anti-bullying policies help promote a culture of civility. According to […]

Do Sharks Help People? A Look Inside the Heads of the Female Sharks

| October 28th

Do sharks help people? This ABC Nightline report takes a look inside the heads of the female sharks and provides negotiation tips as well as ideas about what to do when faced with conflict.

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 […]