Conflict Coaching is a 1-to-1 service available in person with the coach or via Skype, FaceTime, Google hangout or other online format.
"All the time we wait for others to change, we remain frustrated, outraged, stressed, depressed - and we render ourselves powerless. Conflict Coaching offers people the opportunity to question and possibly change their responses to, or their views and beliefs about a situation. This is not to remain 'passive' in the face of unacceptable behaviour, it is to find a way of supporting ourselves first in order that we can respond more effectively to the behaviour we find unacceptable or to find a different way of seeing the situation if we feel unable to do anything to change it. Through creating different responses or perspectives we give ourselves a choice, and having choices, created by ourselves, leads to empowerment." - from : 'What is Conflict Coaching?
Are you experiencing a difficult relationship with someone?
Perhaps your partner, your child, your 'ex', a work colleague, your parents, someone else?
Are you a Manager looking for confidential support in dealing with a difficult situation at work?
If so, Alan provides a Conflict Coaching service for individuals who are experiencing difficulties as a result of a conflict, dispute, complaint or other situation they are involved in.
Before going ahead with Conflict Coaching it is important that any client:
If you don't live in the UK or cannot get to London for a session with Alan, you can find out how to have a Coaching session via Skype or FaceTime or Google hangout or Telephone by clicking on this link: Conflict Coaching via Skype
Sessions will draw upon the
A meeting will usually be for 1½ hours, and it is likely that a client will have between 1 and 3 conflict coaching sessions regarding a particular situation.
The main aim will be to ensure that sessions always support empowerment of you, the client, to be able to deal with your situation more effectively, thus making continued sessions less and less necessary.
Alan also now provides conflict coaching through his organisation CAOS Conflict Management. Click on the logo to find out more:
It is important to emphasise that Conflict Coaching is not a form of therapy or counselling.
Its purpose is to enable you to reflect on your difficult situation, and your responses to it, in order to help you create different ways of responding that support you in dealing with it more constructively and more effectively.
How much does it cost?
The cost of one session in person (see below for cost via Skype) is presently £90 per hour plus any room booking fee, and sessions are usually 1½ hours. If you wish to provide your own room or meet somewhere which is free, such as a park or other public space, then just the session charge will apply, however I will need to add an element of travel cost if you are some distance away from me.
Remember: If you don't live in the UK or cannot get to London for a session with Alan, you can have Conflict Coaching via Skype or FaceTime or other online format or Telephone by clicking on the link:
Fees for Conflict Coaching via Skype are on a sliding scale from £50 per hour up to £150 per hour for businesses. Please give an honest proposal for your preferred rate between these levels based on your financial circumstances. Sessions are for a minimum of 1½ hours
Alternatively, please fill in the form at the top of the page and I will contact you as soon as possible to answer your enquiry.
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Webinars and Interviews with Alan Sharland, creator of the Communication and Conflict website.
There will normally be no fee for interviews however webinar presentations will involve a fee.
Here's a Handbook to help you practise more effective communication and to review and improve how you are responding to unresolved conflict:
The CAOS Conflict Coaching Clients Handbook
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Click on the links below to find out more about Conflict Coaching provided by CAOS Conflict Management, the organisation through which Alan provides mediation, conflict coaching and conflict management training:
Attend CAOS Conflict Coaching Training and learn the skills to practise in this newly developing field of conflict resolution support.