Welcome to Sportopia, the place to re-imagine the future of sport! This week’s episode welcomes a conversation about how we can manage through conflict better than before. Hosted by Dina Bell-Laroche and Steve Indig, partners of Sport Law, this episode covers what needs to happen to manage conflict in a way that is productive, leads to higher trust, and enables positive change. Throughout the episode, our hosts talk about the differences between necessary and unnecessary conflict and how the sport system can benefit from the productive and necessary conflicts.
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Hosts: Dina Bell-Laroche and Steve Indig
Producer: Taylor Matthews
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