When it comes to conflict strategy and design, we address conflict through three specific lenses.

Intrapersonal

Conflict

Intrapersonal conflict is the conflict you carry as an individual. It's your innervoice conflict, cognitive dissonance, and internal motivators that negatively impact how you think and performance.

Organizational

Conflict

Organizational conflict arises as a result of strain between you and your organization. It impacts your peers and those you lead. It is a result of how you respond to poor operational processes, policy & political challenges, limited resources, time and money, industry or task-specific conflict, and more.

Interpersonal

Conflict

Interpersonal conflict is the conflict that exists between you and others. It can stems from how others experience you, and how you experience them and may derive from bad behavior, personality clashes, opposing values, ethics, personal beliefs, strained relationships, and culture.

This is our 'ish right here!

Individual

Coaching

Program

Whether you seek to close a skill gap as a leader who manages conflict or to identify and overcome specific conflict-causing behavior within yourself, individual coaching provides a confidential, personalized environment for you to grow.

 

This flexible learning format allows for real-time, recurring engagements that are convenient and accessible for any busy working professional. 

Team/Group
Coaching

Program

Team and group coaching provides small groups of professionals with the foundational tools necessary to grow their conflict competency and team dynamics. Through facilitated sessions of peer coaching that foster mutual accountability, groups learn together and grow together, improving their leadership competency and their interpersonal skills concurrently. 

Training & Workshops

Team and group coaching provides small groups of professionals with the foundational tools necessary to grow their conflict competency and team dynamics. Through facilitated sessions of peer coaching that foster mutual accountability, groups learn together and grow together, improving their leadership competency and their interpersonal skills concurrently. 

Get Your 'ish Together!

Did You Know?

70% of employees believe that conflict management is a critical skill that leaders should possess.

That same study revealed that a vast majority of leaders haven't been properly trained to navigate conflict. Essentially, most leaders don't know 'ish about conflict.

 

What's worse? Most of them fail to recognize that they themselves are likely the greatest source of conflict within their own teams and organizations.

Conflictish exists to help leaders get honest with themselves, about themselves.

What Has Conflict Cost You?

If you are anything like other leaders, conflict has likely cost you a great deal.

It's cost you relationships. Opportunities. Money. Time. Peace of mind. Sleep at night.

What's worse is that while you try to navigate conflict the best way you know how, you lack either the self-confidence, the self-awareness, or the self-control necessary to navigate conflict well. As a consequence, your mismanagement of conflict often leads to increased conflict and tension inside of yourself, inside of your home, and inside of your organization.

Conflict starts out small, but can quickly grow. It causes you to speak and act against your own self-interests. It causes your character to come into question, and before you know it, you're struggling with big problems like these:

Poor Communication

& Interpersonal Skills

High Conflict Personality

Sexual Misconduct

& Moral Failure

Inadequate Leadership Performance

Imposter Syndrome & Self-Doubt

Lost Trust and Employee Support

Unethical Decision Making

Reputational Damage

Allegations of Workplace Harrassment

We're All Full of 'ish.

There are three types of people who land at Conflictish; those who fail to stand up to conflict well, those who leave conflict in their wake, and those seeking help with dealing with the previous two.

Whichever group you fall into,  you're not alone. In truth, most leaders have been ill-equipped and unprepared to lead through conflict, let alone lead at all. That is why many leaders choose to gain insight and guidance from someone who has experience navigating various forms of conflict and is able to help them identify their own conflict style, behaviors, tendencies, and tolerances. 

 

From non-confrontational, conflict-averse leaders to toxic leaders who act as bullies in the boardroom, Conflictish can help. We provide a confidential process to design a development plan that will help any leader to improve their conflict competence, executive communication, and leadership effectiveness.