Aug 16, 2022
Did you know that conflict is never the issue, but mismanagement of conflict is? As a Leader, the more you’re able to expand yourself to confront, deal with, and solve conflict, the more at ease you will be with it. It’s important to be aware of your mismanagement pattern, in order to be a better conflict Manager.
In this episode of the Legendary Leaders Podcast, we
have Marlene Chism, a Consultant, Author, and the Leading Authority
on stopping workplace drama. Marlene works with Leaders to build
drama-free cultures, that drive growth and reduce costly mistakes.
Marlene is known for helping Managers address “the elephant in
the room” and initiates conversations, that get results. She’s
a recognized expert on the LinkedIn Learning Platform, producing
five educational video series on topics that include: ‘Anger
Management, Working with High-Conflict people, and Having Difficult
Marlene has a degree in Communications, a Master’s in Human Resources Development, and she’s an Advanced Practitioner in Narrative Coaching.
Listen in to learn why mismanagement is the problem, and not conflict, plus, the three patterns that lead to mismanagement. You will also learn how expanding your conflict capacity leads to personal expansion, self-awareness, and the acceptance of others.
This podcast is sponsored by InnerProfessional online training programs. With courses geared specifically for Legendary Leaders, InnerProfessional provides an extraordinary catalog of leadership and professional development programs unlike any online training you’ve experienced before.
Find | Marlene Chism
Business Website: https://marlenechism.com/
On LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marlenechism/
On YouTube: https://youtube.com/marlenechism
Book: From Conflict to Courage: How to Stop Avoiding and Start Leading.
Bio: Marlene Chism is a Consultant, an Author and the Leading Authority on stopping Workplace Drama. She works with Leaders to build drama-free cultures that drive growth and reduce costly mistakes. Marlene is known for helping Managers address “the elephant in the room” and initiate conversations, that gets results.
Marlene is a recognized expert on the LinkedIn Learning Platform, producing five educational video series on topics that include: ‘Anger Management, Working with High Conflict people, and Having Difficult conversations’.
She has a degree in Communications, a Master’s in Human Resources Development, and she’s an Advanced Practitioner in Narrative Coaching.
Marlene is the Author of five books including her latest book, ‘From Conflict to Courage: How to Stop Avoiding and Start Leading.
Find | Cathleen Merkel
SUBSCRIBE TO THIS PODCAST On Apple Podcasts.
About Cathleen Merkel:
As a Thought Leader in the Mindset & (Self-)
Leadership space, Cathleen supports high achieving,
worn-out women create a more content & balanced life without sacrificing their hard-earned success. Following a simple 6 step framework, Cathleen helps you not only reconnect with your inner feminine side; Cathleen also supports you to rediscover your REAL YOU!
Cathleen focuses on women who have lost their sense of purpose, who feel they are ‘running in a hamster wheel’, trying to please everyone but themselves. She helps you to turn your careers, your social connections and personal life around, so that you will start feeling fulfilled and excited again about the days to come. At the end of the process, Cathleen's clients will feel healthier, happier, energised and clear about their future.
With over 15 years of Leadership experience in Retail, Media & Broadcasting, Engineering and Property Investment, Cathleen has not only experienced the challenges and opportunities of a Female Leader herself; she has also been leading and supporting various Leadership Development initiatives within large, complex, multinational matrix organisations.
Only by deeply experiencing her very personal life challenges – ‘hitting a wall experiences’ – was Cathleen able to redefine her own purpose, deciding to bring ease and content to as many women as possible on the planet!
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