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This week’s peacebuilding tip from Jeremy Pollack is to stay curious. Staying curious is a great way to mitigate potential conflicts in situations in your life. Curiosity is an open mindset where you can understand the other party’s perspective better. Sometimes we want to defend ourselves and prove the other person wrong, but that is...

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This week’s peacebuilding tip is about the importance of practicing transparency in the workplace. When you act without being transparent, people get frustrated and greater problems can ensue. Transparency is important to ensure that all stakeholders understand why decisions were made the way that they were. Being transparent can come in many forms: a time...

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This week’s peacebuilding tip is about how to give regular feedback. Whether it is at home or at work, it is important to give regular feedback to others. If somebody is not living up to your expectations, it is important to give constructive and positive feedback. I recommend giving about 5 times as much positive...

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This week’s peacebuilding tip is how to set clear expectations in the workplace. Many conflicts in the workplace are derived from a lack of communication or even a misunderstanding. Sometimes, a solution can be as easy as making it clear what is expected from an employee. Expectations can sometimes be implied, but both parties may...

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This week’s conflict resolution tip is about the importance of managing your emotions. This is an extremely important topic to consider when thinking about how to effectively engage in conflict resolution, especially when dealing with escalated situations. When considering how to engage in emotional self-regulation, it is crucial to first recognize our triggers. Asking ourselves,...

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This week’s conflict resolution tip is about the importance of taking care of yourself. Self-care is extremely important for effective conflict resolution. It is difficult to have a sense of internal peace when we’re not actively taking care of ourselves. Further, when we do not have a balanced sense of inner peace, it is difficult...

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This week’s conflict resolution tip is about the importance of acknowledging impact when in conflict. This is an incredibly important part of conflict resolution, especially when attempting to reconcile something that happened in the past. Often, when someone has an issue with something we have done, we like to immediately find solutions to resolve the...

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This week’s conflict resolution tip is about the importance of validating and aligning when in conflict. Validation and alignment are a great formula for peacebuilding in many contexts. First, it is important to understand that validating is essentially a form of effective listening. A formula for validation might look something like this: Validate = Concerns...

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