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Conflict Coaching: Empowering YOU to Move Through Conflict Constructively

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Texas Conflict Coach

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Cinnie Noble is a lawyer, mediator and ICF certified coach. She is a pioneer in the development of a unique model for conflict coaching, having created the CINERGY model in 1999. Cinnie combined conflict management and coaching principles to develop this model which helps people gain increased competence to be able to engage in conflict, to manage and resolve their interpersonal disputes and to effectively participate in dispute resolution processes such as mediation. Cinnie coaches worldwide and trains others to use this model in Canada, the U.S., Australia, Ireland and other parts of the world. She has been the consultant on the Conflict Management Coaching Program for the U.S. Transportation Security Administration since 2004 and provides consultation on the development of such programs for other organizations. Cinnie is writing a book on conflict coaching and is a well known author and speaker on conflict coaching. Her web site is www.cinergycoaching.com In this episode we learn how conflict coaching can help YOU. Cinnie Noble talks about how she moved from a mediation practice to one of developing a full-time conflict coaching practice. Her conflict coaching model is a structured model developed from an evidence-based research. We highlight how conflict coaching is different from counseling and other forms of coaching. The CINERGY conflict coaching model supports one in becoming conflict competent in engaging in conflict constructively. This type of coaching also supports one in moving through specific disputes. Fieldwork: 1) Think about and write down your responses to "What is my habit in conflict?" and then, 2) "What leads me to do that habit?" In other words, what is motivating me to show up in the way that I do when I am in conflict?"