Case Study: Resolving Conflict through Coaching

Posted October 17, 2020 • Case Story • by Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler, Ph.D.

The problem: Shannon and Daphne were both analytically-minded, high-achieving, Type A executives.  They were also both passionate and determined to make a difference through their work at one of the world’s most prestigious non-governmental organizations. Their CEO sought out coaching to help grow their leadership capacity, and to address issues they were having in their working relationship. While they generally got along well, 60+ hour work weeks and the intensity of their work made it increasingly difficult for them to collaborate effectively. The CEO wanted them to better manage their unhealthy relationship dynamics so they could continue to produce stellar work.

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Join me at the Fast Company Innovation Festival

Posted October 7, 2020 • Conflict Mastery,Events,Leadership • by Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler, Ph.D.

Dear friends,

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Is Freedom Win/Lose or Is It Contagious?

Posted July 2, 2020 • Change,Conflict Mastery,News • by Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler, Ph.D.

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How to Increase Justice? Take Simple, Different Action

Posted June 18, 2020 • Change,Conflict Mastery,Emotional Intelligence,Leadership,News • by Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler, Ph.D.

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How to Use Anger as a Catalyst for Action

Posted June 4, 2020 • Change,Emotional Intelligence,News • by Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler, Ph.D.

Like so many, I am overcome by anger and sadness over the tragic murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and so many other egregious killings and injustices that continue to be perpetrated against Black people in America.

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