The Smartest way to resolve a conflict: the Listen protocol (a better Indian talking stick)

I have moved this post to my new blog

http://www.hanoulle.be/2008/07/listen-protocol-a-better-indian-talking-stick/

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2 Responses

  1. […] protocol better then the talking stick? Posted on July 18, 2008 by paircoaching Yesterday I published the listen protocol. In my opinion a smarter way of solving a conflict then the Talking Stick I talked about a few months […]

  2. Hi,

    Thanks for posting this, it looks great! In a book about servant leadership (I think) I read that people that are upset tend to say the same thing over and over since they assume that you do not understand/listen. Also C. Avery says in his teamwork book that every conflict that is thorougly viewed will dissappear. This protocol nicely includes these two concepts!

    I want to make sure I understand all of it, what exactly does the item 1 mean? “Person A and Person B each state their alignments.”

    That they are willing to follow the rules?

    BR

    Henrik

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