Coaching Clients Who Are in Conflict

Tuesday, March 15, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Richard Christ, PCC, Leadership Coach and Adjunct Professor, George Mason University

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We live in volatile and conflict-ridden times both in and outside of work. Many employees deal with conflict situations with unproductive behaviors, such as avoiding the dilemma, competing with others, or accommodating the conflict. Coaches and leaders can adopt techniques to better help employees navigate conflicting situations at work.

During this webinar, you will:

  • Learn the causes and nature of conflict.
  • Identify skills and techniques for coaching clients through conflict situations.
  • Discover how conflict can be used as a learning opportunity. 


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Richard Christ, PCC
Richard Christ, PCC

Leadership Coach and Adjunct Professor, George Mason University

Rick Christ, PCC, is an independent leadership coach, HR consultant, and university adjunct professor at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. In previous roles, Rick was a senior international HR manager, public affairs manager, and leadership coach. He has more than 30 years of progressively responsible experience at the ExxonMobil Corporation.

In Rick’s leadership coaching engagements, he has worked with senior executives, emerging and high-potential leaders, work teams, expatriates from all over the world, and other individuals in many types of technical and nontechnical positions seeking coaching and career transition assistance. He has coached IT and high-tech executives and entrepreneurs and senior leaders in the defense industry, government agencies, nonprofits, and consulting companies. Like most coaches, he believes we are all capable of, and naturally inclined toward, growth and learning. His coaching practice includes identifying and building upon key strengths, improving leadership “presence,” and making key plans and decisions while being mindful of personal values.

Rick holds an AB in psychology and environmental studies (honors) and an MBA from Indiana University and an MEd in counseling psychology from the University of Houston. He has earned the designation of Professional Certified Coach (PCC) from the International Coaching Federation.