Unresolved or poorly resolved conflict is costly in terms of relationships, productivity, and corporate culture. Everyone experiences conflict; but you and your clients don’t have to be a victim of the consequences that come when conflict isn’t resolved in a healthy way. Those are only a couple of reasons why today’s podcast is a must-listen-to episode!
We’ll create awareness around:
- 5 principles of coaching that address conflict, transform organizational culture, and clarify organizational mission and vision
- Key differences between conflict coaching and other types of coaching
- A clear model so your client can experience maximum benefits even during times of conflict
- Ways to navigate the emotional triangle so you can begin to understand how this important work yields amazing results
About Marg Van Herk-Paradis
Marg Van Herk-Paradis specializes in working with congregations and organizations to address conflict, transform organizational culture, and clarify organizational mission and vision through the use of innovative and creative tools. Having worked extensively across North America, Marg specializes in facilitation, coaching and mediation for groups and individuals. Marg has worked in several not for profit organizations, Universities and a variety of church denominations and settings.
Marg’s professional experience includes over twenty-five years in not-for-profit and faith based organizations and seventeen years in a leadership position. She has a BA in Applied Social Science from Concordia University in Montreal and is currently completing a Masters in Theological Studies at Conrad Grebel University College, affiliated with the University of Waterloo. She has also completed a Certificate in Conflict Management and Mediation, as well as a Certificate in Conflict Management and Congregational Leadership with Advanced Standing from Conrad Grebel.
Marg’s work with clients is informed by respect, the valuing of difference and the sacredness of every individual. Listening beyond words to the whole person is a cornerstone of Marg’s practice: She believes that listening well and helping people know that they are loved can be transforming. She offers a hand of compassion and humility to those with whom she works.