Preparing for Difficult Conversations

Have you ever known that you needed to have a difficult or uncomfortable conversation with someone you had conflict with, but you felt too overwhelmed or confused to be able to start it? Has someone wanted to have a conversation with you and all you wanted to do was run away and hide? In my work as a coach, I often help people prepare for conversations that they are dreading, that they would rather avoid, and that they are concerned will only make the situation worse. We often go into these kinds of difficult conversations feeling frantic and unprepared, hoping it will go well, and dreading that it probably won’t. Through my coaching work, I’ve developed a list of guiding questions that m

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Brook Thorndycraft
Mediation, coaching, and training for families, workplaces, and individuals.

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