In Episode 12 we are joined by Conflict Specialist Gayle Oudeh who is also the author of Conflict is for the Birds. She brings a wonderful metaphor to us in her writing of the different types of approaches to conflict.
Gayle also joined us for the May 7th Remote Pathways Community Call which I am embedding below.
If you weren't able to make the call live, catch up on the recording!
It's now available on YouTube.
Gayle is the author of Conflict is for the Birds: Understanding Your Conflict Management Styles.
As you’ll see in our call Gayle’s writing explores the varying ways we may approach conflict through the metaphor of birds. Listen into the call as she shares more about the different types of birds. What types are you?
Conflict is an inevitable part of change, innovation and disruption – three things which are characterizing business right now.
Our approaches to conflict are shaped by our socialization, experience and also knowledge of ourselves.
How do you approach conflict?
- What do you notice about how others on the team approach conflict?
- What’s important to take note of as a team right now?
- What are the conversations you want to have?
Be sure to check out episode 12 of the Remote Pathways podcast as Gayle shares even more about conflict in the remote space. You can find it at your favorite podcast player or here.
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