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There is tremendous energy in conflict. Harnessing that energy for good involves basic precepts outlined in Dr. Nate Regier's model of Compassionate Accountability.  Join us as Nate advocates for a fresher and more useful understanding of conflict, and encourages us to engage with openness, resourcefulness, and perseverance.

Links:

Next Element’s site: www.next-element.com

Conflict without Casualties: A field guide for leading with Compassionate Accountability: http://next-element.com/conflict-without-casualties/

Compassionate Accountability Personal Development Kit: http://next-element.com/tools/

Nate’s Training: http://next-element.com/training-coaching/

 

*****Timestamped Highlights****

(2:15) Growing up in Zaire as a son of Mennonites: the upbringing that inspired Nate’s career

(4:53) Nate’s journey into mind/body/spirit health and integrative behavioral medicine

(6:02) Nate explains myths about conflict

(8:13) The Drama Triangle featuring the persecutor, victim and rescuer

(10:53) Handling the organizational “bomb thrower”

(11:41) Compassionate Accountability – hold people accountable while preserving their dignity

(12:09) ORP – openness, resourcefulness, and persistence – in that order

(16:45) How recognition of human equality guides conflict energy 

(18:30) Compassionate accountability and failing forward: the art of optimizing a mistake

(23:42) If you do nothing else, start at open

(24:40) Asha and Dad use compassionate accountability to work out bedtime drama

(26:16) Turning back time: Nate imagines how his high school classmates would react to his career

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