126 | Boosting Productivity Through Transforming Workplace Conflicts With Glenn Meier, Esq.

In this episode, I sit down with lawyer and shareholder with the Nevada based law firm Holley, Driggs and the founder of the Center for Conscious Business Law, Glenn Meier. Glenn displays insight and perspective on how your business can transcend the sum of its parts by using tools to successfully navigate workplace conflict and having a great organizational structure. He offers tips on creating rules for conflict that will help everyone walk away from meetings feeling heard and not attacked.

What You'll Discover In This Episode:

  • How To Manage The Inevitable Workplace Conflict Positively
  • Ways Positive Conflict Harnesses The Wisdom Of Your Team And Empowers Them To Generate Innovative Thinking And Sustainable Solutions
  • How Artificial Harmony May Be Harming Your Business And Productivity
  • Glenn’s 3-Part Framework For Transforming Workplace Conflict From A Negative Force That Drags The Business Down To A Positive Force That Propels The Business Forward
  • So Much More!

This was an awesome discussion with Glenn I hope you enjoy. Now let’s jump right in and get to the straight talk!

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About The Guest:

Glenn Meier is a lawyer and shareholder with the Nevada based law firm Holley, Driggs and the founder of the Center for Conscious Business Law. Glenn focuses his practice on acting as a trusted advisor and legal counsel for companies looking to pursue a purpose and mission-driven approach to business. Among other roles, Glenn acts as a “relationship engineer” aiding his clients in designing, building, and maintaining strong relationships with their stakeholders inside and outside of their organizations. In carrying out this mission, Glenn employs cutting edge, collaboratively based legal tools like Conscious Contracts and Collaborative Law. Glenn is passionate about Conscious Capitalism and using his business to help make the world a better place. When not lawyering, Glenn enjoys spending time with his most trusted advisor, his wife, and laying down funky grooves on the bass guitar.

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