How to Break Toxic Conflict Habits

Do you have some conflict habits that you have grown accustomed to and somehow find it so difficult to shake off?

Dragons are mystical creatures that are often symbolized by the gigantic and powerful serpent or other reptiles or magical or spiritual qualities. In this course, we will unlock the mystery of the ‘hidden dragon’ inside us, and attempt to identify the different toxic habits that we tend to favor.

These toxins can be both positive and negative. if overused or abused, these characteristics can become negative and dangerous in conflict management. But if managed properly and positively, they can be advantageous and even beneficial in conflict management.

Session Titles:

  1. ‘Face’ and Ke Qi
  2. Shame and Shamelessness
  3. Power and Powerlessness
  4. Pride and Arrogance
  5. Jealousy and Envy
  6. Anger and Rage
  7. Resentment and Unforgiveness
  8. Lust and Addiction
  9. Passion and Ambition
  10. Greed and Self-Interest
  11. Stress and Stressors
Course Length

Minutes: 160
Sessions: 11
Actions: 160

Chief Content Creator

John Ng

Dr Ng is Chief Passionary Officer, Meta Consulting, specializing in leadership development and hospitality consultancy. His expertise includes leadership coaching, team effectiveness and change management. He has over 25 years of consultancy and training experience with top corporations, academic institutions and NPOs. He also founded Eagles Mediation & Counseling Centre.

Curator

Serene Chua