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(Ep. 131) Sarah Noll Wilson: Curiosity cures conflict

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When it comes to conflict, avoidance is worse than aggression. We tip toe around the elephant in the room -- even as we continue to feed it with beliefs and behaviors that make conflict worse. In Episode 131, Sarah Noll Wilson explores the cost of conflict and why it pays to be curious  - first with ourselves (our feelings and expectations), then with others (their motives and behaviors). She shares specific strategies for engaging others in hard conversations, describes the importance of recovery, and highlights ways to frame the exchange. After listening to Sarah, you'll find the words and will to stay curious -- and make difficult conversations just a bit easier.


Sarah Noll Wilson is an executive coach, speaker and researcher who helps leaders manage real-world conflict, have more meaningful conversations, and create purposeful relationships. Her work has appeared in major outlets like Harvard Business Review and she hosts a great podcast, "Conversations on Conversations." Sarah's most recent book is "Don't Feed the Elephants: Overcoming the art of avoidance to build powerful partnerships


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