Resolving Interpersonal Conflict – 3rd of 3

My business partner M.A. used to say, “Muller, we teach best what we most need to learn.” So, I’ve been teaching myself about conflict over the last two weeks.  Here in Red is a summary of the first two RFL columns on the topic: 1: Heighten your awareness of conflict.  Awareness creates new choices. 2: Conflict is always … Continued

The Irony of Adversaries – Part 2 on the best self

Friends, Last week I wrote about the need we all have as leaders to become aware of our judgments of others – our mental whipping boys. My point was to develop the skill of stepping outside your judgments and strong opinions and to see yourself judging. Let me exemplify this and push to why it … Continued