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The Law Offices of Genesis Fisher, Esq.
Conflict Resolution in the Workplace
Hello ,

Some people joke that arguments would be shorter if the other person would just admit they're wrong. I mean, clearly we're not the problem here; the other person is. And no matter how complicated and nuanced the topic is, deep down, we might think:

  • They’re just stubborn. (And we need to work harder to convince them.)

  • They’re naïve. (And we need to convey our wisdom.)

  • They’re so controlling. (And we need to call them out on it.)

  • They’re totally irrational. (And we need to educate them with facts.)

I'm sure these dynamics are familiar. Each time we fall back on these tropes, we create a groove. Over years and years, these grooves can become easy (and counter-productive) defaults. So how do we break the cycle? How do we save ourselves from ourselves?

Be curious. So instead of asking ourselves “How can they think that?” ask, Hmmm, I wonder what kind of information they have that I don’t?” Instead of asking, “Why are they being so irrational about this?” ask, “How are they seeing the world such that their view makes complete sense?” You may even ask “What am I missing here?”

So how can you talk your way out of an argument? Ask questions. Genuine curiosity unlocks essential information and adds a new dimension to the conversation.

At Fisher Law Practice, we help employees communicate better so they can focus on their work, rather than their conflicts. We help families too.

Do you know a person or team that's struggling and could use our help? Introduce us. Our mission is to help people feel supported and heard, so they can create innovative and effective solutions.
News and Upcoming Events
  • Meanwhile, back in Northampton... Earlier this month, Genesis taught Conflict Resolution at the Women of Color Conference at Smith College in Northampton, MA. Genesis also lead a separate workshop for student-athletes!

  • Online Workshop Coming This Summer! You asked (many, many times), so we're doing it! This summer, we will offer our first online workshop. The focus will be deconstructing conflict and self-reflection techniques we can do before a mediation to help uncover our own assumptions.
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