42 min

The Power of Conflict In Business The Game On Girlfriend Podcast

    • Self-Improvement

No, really. What do you do when there’s conflict? How do you react? 
Do you run away? Are you scared? Do you yell? Are you great at compromising?
Learning how to fight, and compromise, and then fight again is a huge skillset when it comes to running a successful business.
In this week’s episode, I sat down with not just one amazing lady, but two! I’m thrilled to share this discussion I had with the voices behind the Bossy Brilliant & Badass Podcast, Lisa Lindsey and Liz Green.
These two have studied (seriously, check out their credentials below) and applied the work of collaboration and conflict to their own partnership.
I'll be honest, I have a really hard time with partnerships in business. I don’t love being accountable to anyone else (I know! But I really don’t!), and I like being able to feel “free” as I build. I loved sharing that with them, and I loved their honest answers about what it means to really be in partnership with someone else.
These two women are a great example of what’s possible when you learn how to share what you need, you know your conflict style (listen up for that part!), and you work through your disagreements in a way that helps your business flourish instead of flounder.
Learn more about your host by visiting www.sarahwalton.com

No, really. What do you do when there’s conflict? How do you react? 
Do you run away? Are you scared? Do you yell? Are you great at compromising?
Learning how to fight, and compromise, and then fight again is a huge skillset when it comes to running a successful business.
In this week’s episode, I sat down with not just one amazing lady, but two! I’m thrilled to share this discussion I had with the voices behind the Bossy Brilliant & Badass Podcast, Lisa Lindsey and Liz Green.
These two have studied (seriously, check out their credentials below) and applied the work of collaboration and conflict to their own partnership.
I'll be honest, I have a really hard time with partnerships in business. I don’t love being accountable to anyone else (I know! But I really don’t!), and I like being able to feel “free” as I build. I loved sharing that with them, and I loved their honest answers about what it means to really be in partnership with someone else.
These two women are a great example of what’s possible when you learn how to share what you need, you know your conflict style (listen up for that part!), and you work through your disagreements in a way that helps your business flourish instead of flounder.
Learn more about your host by visiting www.sarahwalton.com

42 min