Most of us fear and dread conflict, at home or at work. But conflict can be your ally, not your enemy. Conflict doesn’t have to tear your family or organization apart.
Using the story of a family business leader embroiled in generational conflict, Red Zone, Blue Zone shows how to navigate conflict in a way that is healthy and leads to enhanced relationships, self-awareness, and greater leadership success. Practical response activities and personal reflection questions help the reader understand the sources of conflict, have a working command of conflict navigation principles, and be equipped to help others navigate conflict in their own lives.
In Red Zone, Blue Zone readers will learn skills such as:
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About the Author
James Osterhaus (PhD American University) is a founding partner and consultant for TAG. A psychologist and executive coach. James has authored numerous books and is called upon to speak around the world.
Joseph Jurkowski (MA University of Maryland) is the leader and a founding partner of TAG. He has worked with Fortune 500 companies and organizations of all kinds as a strategic thinker and partner. He is one of the most respected consultants working with the federal government.
Todd Hahn (M.Div., Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary) serves as a consultant with TAG and is also a church pastor. The author or co-author of six previous books, Todd is recognized as a dynamic speaker and a consultant who brings clarity to organizational direction. His more recent book, Your Intentional Difference: One Word Changes Everything (co-authored with Ken Tucker and Shane Roberson) was an Amazon Business Bestseller.
Table of Contents
- Chapter 1: Conflicted Beginnings
- Chapter 2: The Real Question
- Chapter 3: Red Zone, Blue Zone
- Chapter 4: The Real Problem
- Chapter 5: A Step Toward Change
- Chapter 6: Lessons in Prison
- Chapter 7: Styles of Leadership
- Chapter 8: A Time of Transformation