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Conflict Resolution For Dummies

Conflict Resolution For Dummies

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Conflict Resolution For Dummies

35 pages
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Aug 23, 2019


Conflict is inevitable.

How you handle it will determine your success in life

Whenever there is movement, there will be friction. Friction will generate heat. Heat results in conflict.

Too often we deal with conflict in wrong ways that fail to resolve the problem but adds fuel to the fire. Look at the conflicts in our society, our nation, and around the world. For many years we have dealt with business, home, and societal conflict in unhealthy ways. There has to be a better way. 

Based upon several years of research we put together a plan, not to avoid conflict but to resolve it in the best way. 
Discover the cause of conflict
Learn 10 Steps to resolving conflict
Learn how to manage conflict constructively

Get this little book today and help others resolve conflict

Aug 23, 2019

About the author

William (Bill) Johnson and his wife Rita live in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and have been happily married for over fifty years. They have been in ministry together since 1980 and have taught classes and workshops throughout the US and overseas. During the past years of ministry, Bill often ministered to pastors and church leaders.  In 2001, Bill & Rita - along with some sympathetic friends - established Aslan Ministries, Inc. a non-profit corporation with the purpose of encouraging and equipping the church and its leaders. Aslan Ministries Inc. provides counseling, coaching and in-person workshops on discipleship, ministry, prayer, leadership, and spiritual development. Bill began writing in elementary school and has continued throughout his career in industry before entering the ministry. As an electronics engineer and executive, he was responsible for the curricula development, technical writing, and teaching for the military and aerospace fields.  After many years of climbing the corporate ladder and getting near the top in his field, Bill realized he had been climbing the wrong ladder. He then walked away from corporate life and entered ministry. Bill's undergraduate studies were in Electrical engineering, Mathematics, (Georgia Tech) and economics (University of South Alabama) and he has a Master's degree in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary. Bill's writing combines personal story and unique insight with an orthodox Christian theology in a style that explains life issues in an easy-to-read form. He is working on a series of books on the ministry of Jesus to encourage and equip the church to continue Jesus' ministry. The first two books, "Pray Like Jesus" and "Heal Like Jesus" are now available. The third book in the series will be out his year with the working title of "Love Like Jesus." In addition, Bill has eight other books available on Amazon. After years of being active in individual and team sports, he now has to be content with being a spectator.

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Conflict Resolution For Dummies - William F Johnson

Conflict Resolution


William F. Johnson

Conflict is inevitable!

How you handle it will determine your success in life.

Copyright © 2019 William F. Johnson

All rights reserved.

ISBN-10: 1071443283

ISBN-13: 978-1071443286

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Table of Contents


The Causes of Conflict.

Conflict Must Be Confronted

Ten Things You must do

1. Know the stages of Conflict.

Stage 1. The Remedy Stage. - Fix the problem

Stage 2.  The Re-Positioning Stage

Stage 3 Rights Stage - People declare their rights.  -  I’m right so you must be wrong.

Stage 4. The Removal Stage  - get rid of those people.

Stage 5. Revenge  Stage  - Make someone pay.

2. Set Goals For Confrontation.

Goal # 1 – Develop a Better Understanding

Goal #2 - Positive Change

Goal # 3 – Save the Relationship.

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