Stop Avoiding Conflict: Learn to Address Disputes Before They Erupt

Posted by: Jeremy Jones

July 1, 2020

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Episode 197: Interview with Patricia M. Porter

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Patricia M. Porter:

Patricia Porter is the President of Conflict Connections®, Inc. in San Antonio, TX. She is a full-service conflict management company having worked extensively in the dispute resolution field since 1994. She is passionate about coaching leaders get to where they want to be in how they engage and communicate with others constructively.

3 big ideas discussed in this episode:

  • Why habitual conflict avoidance is a problem
  • How to shift conflict avoidant thinking
  • Changing perceptions rests with changing your conflict avoidant behaviors

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