Presentation: Building Boundaries By Saying No Nicely

BoundariesGood fences make good neighbours, good boundaries build good relationships

Mediators often describe themselves as breaking down walls and building bridges. So why do I think boundaries are important?

One of the most common causes of conflict is unclear boundaries or where someone has crossed a boundary.

Broken promises or unfulfilled expectations are examples of where a line has been crossed, knowingly or unknowingly. Many of these situations would not have occurred if people had “said no nicely early” in the relationship.

This practical session helps you explore your boundaries. Learn about how to set and communicate expectations clearly and how to handle yourself when boundaries are crossed or expectations are not met.

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Nancy Radford

About Nancy Radford

Nancy provides mediation, facilitation and coaching to ease transition and manage conflict. Prior to setting Roundtuit, Nancy worked as a nurse, midwife and researcher in the health sector, served in the army, was a director of a quick print business, and a manager in charities and private firms. She’s an accredited Civil and Commercial Mediator (with additional training in online and special educational needs) and a qualified personal and business coach. So, she knows the difficulties of keeping calm under pressure, thinking on your feet and finding the silver lining.