Category Archives: Conflict FAQs

Questions we have received during teaching this material

Double Loop Learning: Top Ten Conflict Tips on Why It Fails

I have always found Chris Argyris’s (1923-) concept of Double Loop Learning, or learning about how we learn or fail to learn, interesting. Wikipedia defines it as: ‘the concept of double-loop learning (DLL) in which an individual, organization or entity is able, … Continue reading

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Top Ten Conflict Tips: Ways to Learn from Our Past Mistakes in Conflict (or Anything Else)

I like the George Orwell quote: ‘The secret of leadership is to combine the belief in one’s own infallibility, with a power to learn from past mistakes‘ and it prompted the idea for one of our Top Ten Conflict Tips; … Continue reading

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Easter Conflict Quiz

This is intended as a bit of not exactly light relief, with relatively little theological content. It is intended to challenge pre-conceptions just a bit, in a gentle way. Answers will be posted in a few days. No prizes for … Continue reading

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Our Top Ten Conflict Tips

While continuing to post on leading thinkers tips for conflict handling, here are our own Top Ten Conflict Tips based on the Conflict Model behind this blog. They can be used to improve the handling of any conflict you face, … Continue reading

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Conflict Resolution Strategy: FAQs 1

Q: Isn’t this blog’s content all a bit complicated for everyday conflicts? A: Almost anything that helps you prepare for a conflict systematically helps conflict outcomes and reduces conflict stress Q: What if the other side refuses to use a … Continue reading

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