Navigating Change & Conflict

Sources of Conflict

by Tony DiLeonardi

Before I jump into ideas on how to handle conflict, it is imperative that you understand the sources of conflict. If you know the source of the conflict, chances are the more equipped you wi...   [View]

Understanding Conflict

by Tony DiLeonardi

Conflict.  It's a word that generally brings up negative emotions in people.  And while conflict is inevitable, many of us expend great energy at avoiding it.  However, this ...   [View]

Taming the 500 Pound Gorilla

by Tony DiLeonardi

Helping clients recognize that fear is a result of change is the first step to embracing change, but your work doesn't stop there.  Human nature requires that we deal with the change in...   [View]

It's Not About You

by Tony DiLeonardi

As we've learned the last several years, during challenging economic environments, uncertainty can lead us to become paralyzed by our fears.  In this state of mental paralysis, we can l...   [View]

Building Positive Responses to Change

by Tony DiLeonardi

It's the start of a new year and may be a time for changes to your business.  Some changes are well received and viewed positively.  Other changes are viewed negatively ...   [View]

Delving Further into the 4 P's

by Tony DiLeonardi

In my previous post, I provided insight on the traits of each personality style and how to manage them in a conflict situation.  While I hope you found that information helpful, in ret...   [View]

Minding the 4 P's of Personality Styles

by Tony DiLeonardi

My last post introduced the four main personality styles and how to determine your style by evaluating your approach to both decision making and tasks. However, being able to identify someo...   [View]

Understanding the People Factor in Conflict

by Tony DiLeonardi

When it comes to human interaction, we are all very aware of the many natural differences among us.  We've often interacted with people and had natural connections or natural conflicts ...   [View]