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Ready for practical and positive perspectives on conflict? Join host Jane Beddall, M.A., J.D., to explore ways to preserve and restore harmony by preventing or limiting conflicts that may damage valued relationships and to effectively resolve those that may occur. We will talk about elephants in the room, expanding pies, the problem with cookie cutters, and much more. If you don’t know what those things mean, you will enjoy learning about them. If you do know them, you will be able to expand your understanding with some new points of view to consider. Find out more about Jane and her 30-year fascination with conflict at www.dovetailresolutions.com.

Ready for practical and positive perspectives on conflict? Join host Jane Beddall, M.A., J.D., to explore ways to preserve and restore harmony by preventing or limiting conflicts that may damage valued relationships and to effectively resolve those that may occur. We will talk about elephants in the room, expanding pies, the problem with cookie cutters, and much more. If you don’t know what those things mean, you will enjoy learning about them. If you do know them, you will be able to expand your understanding with some new points of view to consider. Find out more about Jane and her 30-year fascination with conflict at www.dovetailresolutions.com.
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United States

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Ready for practical and positive perspectives on conflict? Join host Jane Beddall, M.A., J.D., to explore ways to preserve and restore harmony by preventing or limiting conflicts that may damage valued relationships and to effectively resolve those that may occur. We will talk about elephants in the room, expanding pies, the problem with cookie cutters, and much more. If you don’t know what those things mean, you will enjoy learning about them. If you do know them, you will be able to expand your understanding with some new points of view to consider. Find out more about Jane and her 30-year fascination with conflict at www.dovetailresolutions.com.

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English

Contact:

2038871160


Episodes

“Yes, and” instead of “Yes, but”

6/12/2019
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The phrase “yes, and” sends a different message from “yes, but”. “Yes, and” can lead to further discussion instead of rejection.

Duration:00:05:03

Rogério Faé Rodrigues, Brazilian family business consultant: helping families find their own path

6/5/2019
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Rogério Faé Rodrigues, currently a visiting scholar in the U.S., talks about helping enterprising families, in the U.S. and in his native Brazil.

Duration:00:28:07

Managing conflicting memories

5/29/2019
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Managing conflicting memories of a past event can be essential to preventing and undoing damage in interpersonal conflicts.

Duration:00:05:48

The problem with cookie cutters

5/22/2019
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Cookie cutters are great for making cookies: quick, easy, and uniform. Not so great for interpersonal conflicts.

Duration:00:04:24

Louise Duncan: an introduction to the TetraMap learning framework

5/15/2019
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Louise Duncan, Managing Director of TetraMap International, in Auckland, NZ, described the framework’s key concept that “Strength lies in valuing differences”.

Duration:00:30:42

More positive lessons from Notre Dame: practice the plan

5/8/2019
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The tragic fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris demonstrated the value of having a plan and testing it as a way to reduce conflict and mitigate damage.

Duration:00:05:46

Positive lessons from Notre Dame: some beats none

5/1/2019
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The tragic fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris highlighted some positive lessons to reduce conflict and mitigate damage.

Duration:00:04:32

Danny van Leeuwen, aka Health Hats, patient-caregiver activist, talks about governance

4/24/2019
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From life in an intentional community with his young family to his current passion as a patient-caregiver activist, Danny van Leeuwen, aka Health Hats, has had an appreciation for governance.

Duration:00:27:36

Creating a catalyst to address conflict

4/17/2019
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Finding a way to broach the subject of an ongoing simmering conflict can be difficult; creating a catalyst can help.

Duration:00:05:58

Denial is a lousy conflict strategy

4/10/2019
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Denial can be an easy approach to conflict, but not a very good one. Pretending that there is no conflict or that an admitted conflict has no negative impact is rarely effective.

Duration:00:05:44

More useful insights on communication from Bruce Hammer, psychologist and leadership developer

4/3/2019
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Bruce Hammer, based on years of experience as a psychologist, therapist, leadership and organizational consultant, offers more insights on effective interpersonal communication.

Duration:00:20:21

Bonus Episode: Reconciliation Day, April 2

4/1/2019
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Advice columnist Ann Landers declared April 2 as Reconciliation Day for family and friends.

Duration:00:05:16

Bruce Hammer, psychologist and leadership developer: The importance of understanding how what we are saying is being received

3/27/2019
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Bruce Hammer, based on years of experience as a psychologist, therapist, leadership and organizational consultant, explores the communication mindset and a number of factors that can help us communicate more effectively.

Duration:00:21:09

Good Friday agreement – Ireland, 1998

3/20/2019
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The Good Friday agreement, signed on Good Friday in 1998, brought an end to The Troubles – violence that had plagued Ireland for thirty years. A very powerful and positive illustration of conflict resolution!

Duration:00:07:17

An ounce of prevention

3/13/2019
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An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure

Duration:00:04:52

Tara Fappiano: experienced litigator gains new mediation perspective

3/6/2019
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Tara is an experienced litigator, based in White Plains, NY. When we spoke, Tara had recently completed mediation training with Brad Heckman and Christine Daly at the New York Peace Institute.

Duration:00:27:24

More perspectives on pachyderms (a different type of elephant)

2/27/2019
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A pachyderm, specifically a mystery animal that turns out to be an elephant, presents an opportunity to consider different perspectives.

Duration:00:04:39

Perspectives on pachyderms (especially elephants)

2/20/2019
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Pachyderms, specifically elephants in the room, present an opportunity to think about moving past denial and avoidance of conflict.

Duration:00:04:57

Jeff Savlov: Family Business, Siblings, Healing

2/13/2019
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Jeff Savlov provides insights and inspiration from his work with two brothers selling a business.

Duration:00:32:19

Conflict: the good, the bad, and …

2/6/2019
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We often assume that conflict is always bad – and what we see around us backs that up. Let’s look at some other perspectives.

Duration:00:03:35