Conflict Resolutions for 2022

Conflict Management Coaching Blog by Cinnie Noble

Hello:

Here are my conflict resolutions for 2022. Again, I have had to repeat many from last year because I’m still working on them.

  1. This year I will celebrate, honour and hold dear our differences.
  2. This year I will remain mindful that we all have lots of room in our hearts to love more and to love more deeply.
  3. This year I will cherish my family and my friends and colleagues even more and continue to tell them how much they mean to me.
  4. This year I will listen with more curiosity, with more empathy and compassion, with more kindness and with more love.
  5. This year I will approach conflicts with humility and thoughtfulness, and be grateful for the learning.
  6. This year I will be true to myself and honour that others strive to be true to themselves, too.
  7. This year I will not judge, and I will be kinder to myself and others in other ways, too.
  8. This year I will be grateful to those who teach me important lessons by, for instance, letting me know when I am not interacting with humility, dignity and grace.
  9. This year I will reach out more to those in need and remember we are all – still – in the same storm, but we are not all in the same boat.
  10. This year I will do more to build peace – one person at a time.

What are your conflict resolutions for this year?

Warmest regards to you and yours and may your 2022 be full of joy and peace and good health and love.

                        author

Cinnie Noble

Cinnie Noble is a certified coach (PCC) and mediator and a former lawyer specializing in conflict management coaching. She is the author of two coaching books: Conflict Management Coaching: The CINERGY™ Model and Conflict Mastery: Questions to Guide You. MORE >

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