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Conflict resolution insights for ongoing personal and business relationships from professional mediator and conflict resolution teacher Dr. Tammy Lenski. Podcast formerly called The Space Between. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tammylenski/support

Disagree better Tammy Lenski

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    • 4.7 • 26 Ratings

Conflict resolution insights for ongoing personal and business relationships from professional mediator and conflict resolution teacher Dr. Tammy Lenski. Podcast formerly called The Space Between. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tammylenski/support

    Three threads at the heart of every argument

    Three threads at the heart of every argument

    When we argue, and particularly when we argue with loved ones and colleagues — those with whom we are in ongoing relationship — the argument has three threads at its core. It doesn’t matter what we’re arguing about; those three threads are there. When we attend to those three threads, we set the stage for a much better conversation.

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    The non-comeback comeback after an insult

    The non-comeback comeback after an insult

    Sometimes the best comeback after an insult -- the comeback that actually does something for us instead of to them -- is no comeback at all, as the following Zen koan so beautifully illustrates.

    Please visit tammylenski.com for a transcript of this and other episodes.


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    • 3 min
    New name for the podcast

    New name for the podcast

    The Space Between is now called Disagree Better


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    An alternative to perspective-taking when you want to reduce animosity

    An alternative to perspective-taking when you want to reduce animosity

    When we want to reduce animosity and increase empathy toward a group or individual, we may try perspective-taking, the act of trying to stand in their shoes and view the situation from their perspective. But what if there’s something even more powerful for the job?

    For show notes, visit tammylenski.com.

    To receive transcripts of new episodes automatically, subscribe at tammylenski.com/subscribe/.

    If you like my work, please consider supporting this podcast to help it stay ad-free. See how you can help at anchor.fm/tammylenski/support.


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    • 5 min
    What is the real issue?

    What is the real issue?

    Real is a rabbit in a bramble patch.

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    • 6 min
    A conflict resolution mini-manifesto

    A conflict resolution mini-manifesto

    Five ways to stop "less-than"-ing during conflict and conflict resolution.

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Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

graeme reekie ,

The Space Between

Excellent insights, strategies and wisdom on conflict management. A gem of a resource

Girlygirl246 ,

Great Podcast

Lots of useful information and strategies.

MeLemon ,

Reliably good

These podcasts have been consistently helpful and often directly applicable to conflict resolving situations I've found myself in. Thanks so much. Please keep them coming. I look forward to them.

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