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Conflict Coaching

This is a one-on-one meeting for individuals to share their concerns, talk through issues, and develop strategies for addressing a variety of workplace issues and conflicts with colleagues, supervisors, and supervisees.

Conflict coaching sessions are confidential to the extent permitted by law and University policy*.  No one will be informed that you requested or participated in conflict coaching.

For questions about this service, email Marlo Goldstein Hode.

Schedule a conflict coaching meeting.

*Although you can discuss the issue below during the conflict coaching session, the following circumstances are not covered by confidentiality and are required to be reported to the appropriate University official:

  • Sexual harassment (reported to the Office of Title IX & Equity).

  • Discrimination based on race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability, citizenship, veteran status, or sexual orientation (reported to the Office of Title IX & Equity).

  • Expressed intent to commit physical harm (reported to designated official of the Campus Police Department).