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Words Matter

Words Matter

August 28th, 2013 by in Confrontation Training, Fierce Conversations

At Fierce we believe that conversations are the workhorses of your organization. They build your relationships and those relationships are what create your culture. An authentic and engaged culture become so because of authentic and engaged conversations. So if conversations are critical to the relationships and culture of your organization, the words you choose in […]

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Fierce Resources: How to Confront: 3 Traps to Avoid

Fierce Resources: How to Confront: 3 Traps to Avoid

August 9th, 2013 by in Confrontation Training, Fierce Conversations, Fierce Resources

This week the Fierce blogs focused on resolving outstanding conflict and how to resolve conflict across generational lines. To keep the momentum g oing and to encourage you to have those difficult conversations, this week’s Fierce Resource is How to Confront: 3 Traps to Avoid, written by Fierce CEO & President, Halley Bock, and was […]

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Resolving Conflict Across Generational Lines

Resolving Conflict Across Generational Lines

August 7th, 2013 by in Confrontation Training, Fierce Conversations, Generations Training

We should all work in a multi-generational organization. Whether it is decision-making or brainstorming, there is so much richness and wisdom that comes from soliciting different perspectives. However, with all the positives that come from the different generations working together, there are also unique challenges. Difficult conversations are necessary to a business’ success across generational […]

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Fierce Tip of the Week: Resolve Your Outstanding Conflict

Fierce Tip of the Week: Resolve Your Outstanding Conflict

August 5th, 2013 by in Confrontation Training, Fierce Conversations, Fierce Tip of the Week

In our Fierce Conversations training, the Confrontation model is typically the first module people want to know about. No office, no life for that matter, is without conflict. If you’re a leader you should consider your team a great success if there is discord, if people challenge one another’s ideas, if leaders address behavioral and […]

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How to Shift a Leader’s Negative Opinion of You

How to Shift a Leader’s Negative Opinion of You

November 7th, 2012 by in Confrontation Training, Fierce Conversations

What do you do if you learn that your boss holds a negative opinion about you? Do you avoid them at every turn and risk bodily harm so as to not have any interaction? Do you run into their office and confront them with a list of all the reasons they’re wrong? The answer is […]

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