Jun 23, 2021
We’ve all had moments at work where someone made a snappy comment, or there was some passive-aggressive communication happening. Are you the type to walk headfirst into that conflict or do you hesitate at the first sign of trouble?
Don’t get us wrong, dealing with conflict is never a fun conversation to have and it leaves most people with more stress than they care to handle. So we don’t blame you for wanting to walk the other way, but here’s some good news. Our guest today is an amazing conflict resolution coach for Asian American leaders, Jerry Fu. He began coaching Asian Americans in 2017 to help with conflicts at work, with their families, and even within themselves. Jerry talks with us today about how growing up in an Asian family there was lots of conflict and hardly any resolution. We discuss how different cultures and growing up in different families has a great impact on how we handle conflict resolution and how that can even affect our self-view.
Listen in as Jerry talks about the clients that he’s helped dig a little deeper, and how working through the struggles or miscommunications in their life has helped them create better relationships with their boss and their families. Jerry discusses being proactive in your relationships to foster growth and not discontent, as well as looking at it from a different angle, why you should always be honest with yourself, and how staying too deep in your mind can stop you from any growth. You’ll learn practical tips that you can apply while addressing conflict and upgrade all areas of your life.
This episode is packed with some amazing insight that you will not want to miss. If you are wanting to work with Jerry or get in touch check out the links below!
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