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Conflict Management Coaching

Conflict coaching is a process that assists individuals in enhancing their competence and confidence to address interpersonal disputes. This future-focused and voluntary service centres on the unique conflict management goals of each individual.  

Our conflict coaching service is dedicated to assisting professionals to effectively navigate conflict and foster an improved workplace culture. DDRM collaborates with workplaces and organisations that are dedicated to team culture, staff well-being and psychological safety to enhance productivity, morale and organisational success.  

We are people first. Our service is about identifying personal goals, encouraging self-reflection and skill-building for the future. We understand that conflict is inevitable and acknowledge that everyone will participate in conflict differently. The first step to managing conflict is understanding it. We assist people to reflect on how they participate in conflict and identify how they would like to participate in conflict in the future.


What is conflict coaching?

Conflict coaching is an individual service dedicated to assisting people in effectively managing interpersonal conflict. You will work with a conflict coach to understand and reflect on the conflict you are experiencing and identify your personal goals for the future. 

Who is conflict coaching for?

Conflict coaching is relevant and accessible for anyone experiencing interpersonal conflict. 

DDRM works closely with businesses to help professionals effectively manage conflict and improve overall workplace culture. Through assisting businesses and organisations committed to investing in team culture, staff wellbeing and psychological safety, our service aims to enhance productivity, morale and organisational success. 

What information do you tell other people?

Conflict coaching is a confidential process. 

In the event that your workplace has engaged conflict coaching services, we ask your permission to disclose participation information such as scheduled sessions and attendance. 

What is the coach's role?

Your Coach (also referred to as Practitioner) will assist you to identify your goals and help you strengthen your knowledge, skills and abilities to engage more effectively in conflict. The coaching process uses a step-by-step model designed to help you attain your objectives, help you explore any possible challenges to reaching your goals, provide honest observations and input that assists you in your efforts, and check in with you regularly.

Do I have to attend conflict coaching?

Attending conflict management coaching is voluntary; any person may withdraw at any time. In addition, the Coach may conclude the process at any time if in their opinion such action is warranted.

What do I need to do?

Participants agree to communicate honestly, be willing to identify the best way to collaborate with their coach, be open to observations and input, commit the time and energy to fully participate and be solely responsible for their decisions and actions regarding their goals.


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