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Managing Financial Conflict
You cannot develop true understanding without self-awareness and compassion. To show compassion means absolute presence in the moment and putting your own values aside to focus intently on another’s needs. This place of self-awareness and compassion is a precursor to conflict mediation. Next, recognize stress before it escalates. Receive actual prompts and scripts to use with clients when tension rises. Those who can deescalate conflict will be trusted more. This makes effective conflict resolution a part of leadership, the client experience, and personal relationships. The impact of financial conflict is much deeper than couples may realize. Studies show that the wounds from money-related arguments can feel more painful than other types of arguments Money arguments are more likely to be remembered, they are harder to resolve, and they are more likely to include problematic conflict resolution tactics compared to common arguments. Enroll in Managing Client Conflict to gain confidence working with couples and help deescalate conflict.
Love & Money
ENLITE's Love & Money course is for couple’s wanting to deepen their relationship and make progress on their financial goals. The program is especially relevant for couples who are engaged or newly committed in their relationship. It is more common to talk about one’s sex life with friends than to discuss financial affairs. It is no wonder why money is a leading source of stress in people’s lives and a top source of conflict for couples. With heightened stress comes more negative communication, which can stand in the way of developing a purposeful long-term financial plan. Couples in the early years of their relationship will benefit the most from this program, though couples further in their relationship are likely to find value too. In ENLITE's research on the content, couples who completed the material together experienced increased happiness with their finances and relationship and the effect was sustained at a follow-up three months after completing the program.