Responding to Conflict in transformative and restorative ways isn’t always easy. Our podcast guest, Henry Yampolsky, J.D., best-selling author, mediator, educator, lawyer and keynote speaker is just the person to guide entrepreneurs in particular and people in general, to resolve conflict. Go to the special offer section to get a discount on Henry’s award winning book.
In this podcast you will discover
- Defining conflict?
- Is there a difference between reacting and responding to conflict?
- What can we do to respond to conflict with strength, clarity, and compassion, as opposed to reacting to it with fear, avoidance, or aggression?
- Advice to entrepreneurs for dealing with conflict
- How can we give direct, clear, and compassionate feedback to people we work with?
- What brought Henry to do this work?
Responding to Conflict in Transformative and Restorative Ways
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Henry Yampolsky Bio
Henry Yampolsky, J.D. is a best-selling author, mediator, educator, lawyer, and keynote speaker. Henry serves as the Assistant Director for Education, Outreach, and Conflict Resolution at Virginia Tech’s Office for Equity and Accessibility and teaches conflict resolution, mediation, and peace building as part of Virginia Tech’s Center for Peace Studies and Violence Prevention.
Henry has taught and lectured around the world, including at: Columbia University School of Law, the New York Peace Institute, Bellevue Mediation in Zurich, Switzerland, Gandhi Center and Museum in New Delhi, Barathiar University in Coimbatore, India and at the Sattva Summit in Rishikesh, India.
Henry is an author of a critically-acclaimed and best-selling book, Dis-Solving Conflict from Within: an Inner Path for Conflict Transformation. It contains great tips for responding to conflict in transformative and restorative ways. Henry is also a two-time TEDx speaker. His first TEDx talk detailed his motorcycle journey across the Himalayas and what it taught him about conflict, connection, and dialogue. Henry’s second talk focused on radical compassion as the goal of conflict resolution. Henry’s talks have amassed thousands of views and are available on YouTube and through TED.com.
Prior to embarking on a career in peace building, Henry was an award winning trial lawyer in Philadelphia. Henry has earned a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from Temple University and a Bachelor of Science in International Relations from the University of Scranton. He is also a Master-level instructor of Sattva Yoga, trained at the birthplace of Yoga in Rishikesh, India.
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