A 2 part statement to help you resolve conflict (yep, it can be that easy)

Conflict can be wrenching (pun intended). When we’re in conflict we tend to do more of whatever’s not working.  We can get into an endless cycle of repetition saying the same thing over & over, the ‘he said – she said’ saga.  Can you relate? We’re not exactly wired for conflict resolution To make matters worse […]

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Your team building results are in- check out the most common pitfalls for teams

We all need a little help from our team mates, as the video above so charmingly displays.  Yet high functioning teams, that work well together, & know & understand each other well, while critical to success in the workplace, are rare.   While Forbes says team building is ‘the most important investment you’ll make,’ by the time […]

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How to get people to stop peeing on your walls…

What do you do if you’re sick & tired of having drunks pee on your house wall after the bars  have let out? Check out this uber creative response.  Talk about thinking outside the proverbial box or in this case, paint can.

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It’s not about the nail (it’s about the process)

You simply won’t be able to watch this without laughing. Truly. This short video is not only laugh-out-loud funny, it’s a poignant reminder of the difference between Journey Life Lenses™ & Destination Life Lenses™. Journey Life Lenses™ are all about the process, how things unfold, the journey (e.g. let me talk & don’t try to […]

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Our get-along shirt aka parenting hack

Would love to be a fly on the wall & watch these two ‘get along.’ An original form of conflict resolution?  A form of torture? Wonder how it all turns out. At any rate it’s creative.

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Advice from a tree

If you’re a regular reader, you know this blog is all about perspective.  How what we see depends on what we look for.  How what we think & feel depends on our priorities, on what makes it through our lens of perspective & priority. A tool for becoming better communicators, conflict resolvers, creative collaborators & […]

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Training & development learning well November blog post round up

If you didn’t catch all the posts this month simply peruse & click what’s below. Here’s the Rock.Paper.Scissors’ monthly training & development round up for the month of November. Learn well in the training & development learning well.  Dive deep into the learning well or take a small sip. Shower yourself in training & development […]

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‘Failure to Communicate: How to avoid the misguided ‘take it, take it, have a cow’ conflict resolution strategy

  ‘Handling a hard conversation well is like performing CPR.  When we need to do it, we are upset, the other person isn’t helping & we’re unsure of the outcome.’ This article was originally published in our free, monthly online newsletter. Read the entire newsletter here & get free resources {both serious & tongue in […]

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Training & development learning well June blog post round up

If you didn’t catch all the posts this month simply peruse & click what’s below. Here’s the Rock.Paper.Scissors’ monthly training & development round up for the month of June. Learn well in the training & development learning well. Dive deep into the learning well or take a small sip. Shower yourself in training & development […]

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How do you say ‘be kind to animals?’ It’s a matter of perspective.

It’s a matter of perspective. If you’re rule bound, rigid, needing to cover every possibility, fear based and controlling, you may create a sign such as above. If you’re coming from a place of common sense, kindness, flexibility and faith, you may create an entirely different sign. Please be kind to the animals. What’s your […]

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