Conflict is pervasive in our lives – particularly among leaders. It does not need to be destructive.

Attached is an executive summary of my doctoral thesis at the intersection of leadership, conflict, and spiritual formation (click here for the summary).

I didn't want to measure the negative effects of conflict on our lives. That pathology has been well researched already.

What is less known, and more valuable, are those factors that enable leaders to not only survive conflict, but grow through conflict.

This research identified eight postive factors for being resilent and experiencing growth through conflict.

Do you want to know what those factors are? Here's the summary.


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