A Unique and Powerful Tool
Understand the Causes of Conflict
Conflict Coaching is a one-on-one process, in which a trained coach assists you to develop an understanding of the causes of the conflict, strategic options for change and the skills and strategy necessary to enact that change.
Fortune 500 companies to government agencies use Conflict Coaching to improve performance, cultivate teamwork, develop leaders, and promote morale.
Conflict Coaching is a powerful tool to help you improve relationships, deal with difficult problems and advance your career. Feel free to contact me for more information about Conflict Coaching and how it can help you overcome the most challenging of situations.
Inspire Trust in your Leadership
Conflict Coaching allows leaders to confidently handle nearly any situation
Conflict Coaching helps you build skills and strategies to:
Conflict Coaching Works
"[Your coaching] has already helped tremendously."Senior Federal manager at the conclusion of our conflict coaching engagement"Thanks for your help. It certainly made me think and gave me some tools that I know will be helpful to me. Actually, it has already helped tremendously. I let my supervisor know that I found our coaching sessions very helpful. It was a pleasure working with you and learning from you."
“Superb resources for...how we can...handle conflict.”Attorney for the Securities and Exchange Commission"This is an excellent program! The examples are superb resources for learning how we can use the skills described to handle conflict."
“[Stephen’s] coaching transitioned me from post-traumatic stress.”John DeRosa - Veteran of Iraq and Balkan wars, career national security professional and aspiring conflict resolution practitioner"From our very first meeting Stephen has been a readily accessible teacher tremendously committed to supporting his students in and out of the classroom. His versatile approach enables shaping of everyday moments into opportunities to deepen self-awareness and build vital skills. His coaching transitioned me from post-traumatic stress to reflective practitioner."