The One Thing Missing From Most Conflict Resolution Training

conflict resolution connection leadership mandy b. anderson personal growth professional development Apr 08, 2022

One of the things that we don't do enough of when we're hurt or angry is this: Give the other person some grace.

Think about it.

How often has someone been mad at you, or assumed the worst of you, and you wish they would just give you the benefit of the doubt?

If you’ve ever wished they would give YOU some grace… it’s time to look in the mirror and make sure you give them some grace, first.

I’ll admit in full transparency that I used to be horrible at this. But I’ve learned to hold my tongue before spewing words that I couldn’t take back. It has made a big difference in my self-confidence and knowing the type of woman I truly am when conflict happens. I’m proud of my character and I’m committed to helping others build their character, too.

If you care about treating people well, start with giving them grace. Journal your angry feelings when needed but make the commitment to choose your words wisely - especially when you’re upset.

For the person that this really resonates with, it’s time to get some training on this. Join us at the upcoming Conflict Resolutions for Teams Online Workshop on Thursday, April 21st, or at the local Breakfast Training on Friday, April 22nd at our headquarters.

You’ll never master this skill by simply scrolling and reading posts online or in an email. It takes intentional learning and the willingness to dive deep outside of your comfort zone so you can attain the peace and connection you’re yearning for.

Much love,

~Coach Mandy


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Mandy B. Anderson is a Certified Life Coach, a Certified Executive Coach, and the Co-Founder of RAYMA Team. She was awarded the honor of being in the Top 25 Women in Business for 2020 by Prairie Business Magazine. Anderson lives by the water in North Dakota with her husband, Nate, and her furbaby, Indigo - a petite goldendoodle with a big personality. She loves to sip her coffee every morning and watch the sunrise, while most likely searching for the next perfect pair of stilettos. Learn how to work with her at