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Dealing with conflict is a natural part of our collective life. Without some training and practice, conflicts can lead to hurt feelings, misunderstandings, lost friendships and worse. The important thing is to practice staying conscious. By remaining awake, you can move from “reactive” to “creative.”
In this session we will discover and practice clear steps to diffuse conflict and at least open the space to resolve the tensions that lead to difficult conversations.
Join Grant to practice listening, mirroring, questioning, validating, and showing empathy. Let’s see what a difference it can make in your relationships.
Meet your practice leader
Grant Hunter is a serial entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience in the U.S., Japan, and Peru. Based out of Silicon Valley, he’s been involved in a variety of e-business activities for a Fortune 500 company and a boutique marketing startup he helped launch and later sell in San Francisco called INBOX Marketing, and in his role as Founder/ CEO of Microfranchise Solutions (MFS). It was through MFS that he promoted replicable enterprise solutions to poverty in the developing world in Peru and over 30 countries. Higher purpose has been the through-line of his own evolution in his role as a social entrepreneur over the last 10 years and now working with companies as a purpose and impact advisor at Syntropy, where he helps others lead lives of purpose, authenticity, and service.