The best way to prevent toxic conflict from hijacking your organization is to create a culture of good conflict — where questions get asked, honest disagreement is encouraged, and everyone behaves with a baseline level of decency and curiosity.
But good conflict doesn’t happen naturally. It requires rituals and boundaries, ways to lean into the tension, not avoid it (or get consumed by it). With this interactive, hands-on workshop, Amanda helps teams develop the practices and skills of Good Conflict. So that any future conflict that arises will be catalytic and useful, instead of draining and debilitating.