January

16

2018
In our last blog we talked about our individual “Christmas movies” – the scripts or patterns it’s easy to find ourselves falling back into when we’re around people who push our buttons. If you’ve been to one of our workshops you’ll know how easy it is to get entrenched in the same old warring positions. "How on earth can they still be so selfish?" we ask ourselves when that one family member shows their true colours once more. It's one…
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December

15

2017
Picture the scene, as though it was the start of a film. Christmas music rings out as the camera swoops down snow-covered streets, decorated with bright colours. And as the opening credits fade, we peer in through one of the well-lit windows and into a familiar scene. The family round the table, with everyone there: parents, grown up children, teenagers and maybe even little ones running around. There’s no mistaking the time of year – it’s holiday season once again,…
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November

6

2017
The War to Peace® experience: real-life case studies from our workshop attendees. Here, Gordon shares the incredible story of his experience and the reconciliation it led him to. I’d always thought of myself as being a great communicator in the workplace – I didn't think I needed any help to improve my relationships. In high-pressure leadership roles I’d made the most of my ability to build rapport and get my point across. Looking back, I guess I quite enjoyed playing…
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