No one likes conflict. No one. But, it’s a necessary part of making bold moves and needed to live your life uncloseted. And that’s the truth. Nothing worth having, no life worth living boldly, and no closet that you come out of to live your life uncloseted happens without conflict. But that doesn’t mean it has to scare you or keep you from getting what you desire.
That’s why today, I’ve enlisted Lynne Hurdle, The Conflict Closer, to help us dissect how we can leverage conflict to our benefit – personally and professionally. So get ready to rumble and learn.
- The majority of change in the world comes out of this. What is it?
- People would much rather be this than look for the lessons in conflict
- This one thing can help you most when you don’t feel safe in conflict
- Conflict is here to do this for ourselves
- When we learn that conflict is about these two little letters, conflict will help us
Lynne Maureen Hurdle, is a communication expert and conflict resolution strategist, facilitator, speaker, and coach with over 35 years of experience in blending the connection between communication, conflict and culture into my unique style of engagement for leaders.
She is the author of the best seller, Closing Conflict for Leaders: How to Be a Bold Leader and Develop a Kick-Ass, High-Functioning, Happy AF Team.
Prevention, Intervention and Transformational Conflict Resolution are all at the heart of my work. My expertise is in engaging my clients with creative processes designed to create dialogue and teach skills that can be used in the most difficult leadership situations. The belief that helping people transform their lives begins with transforming your own, led to her well received TEDxWomen talk entitled, “The Weight of Hate.”
She created The Soul of Conflict Summit, a groundbreaking online forum designed to create deep dialogue around conflict, old wounds and healing because she knows that leaders who willingly and skillfully engage in conflict will be our most successful leaders.
She passionately writes about Breaking Culture: Conflict and Cultural Breakthroughs for Psychology Today. She also delivers her unique trainings, workshops and deep coaching to leaders from Harlem to Hong Kong and from the South Bronx to South Africa. She brings a wealth of knowledge, experience and special Lynnergy to every client.
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