Pre-order The Good Fight and Receive These Bonuses

Is Your Team Worth Fighting For?

Build a healthy conflict culture.

Conflict is unpleasant, but the more you try to avoid it, the worse it becomes. Eventually, unresolved conflict stalls productivity, erodes trust, and causes stress.

The Good Fight will give you the right words to say to lead your team through conflict and out the other side.

As a bonus for pre-ordering, I’m thrilled to offer you valuable bonus material to help you apply the ideas in the book with your team.

If you feel like your organization is mired in a rut, you definitely need THE GOOD FIGHT.”
Daniel H. Pink, author of WHEN and DRIVE

Check Out the Bonus Offers
When You Pre-Order One or More Copies of the Book

Pre-order one copy of The Good Fight by March 25th and receive:

  • Conflict Debt Assessment:
    Get immediate clarity on which areas you need to address to get your team out of dysfunction
  • Conflict Strategies for Nice People: How-to Guide and Cheat Sheet:
    Find the right words to resolve the six most common types of conflict
  • Productive Conflict Conversation Guide (worksheet):
    Prepare more effectively for difficult conversations – including what to say and how to say it
  • 100 Productive Conflict Questions:
    Use these questions to get to the root of any conflict
  • Quotable Quotes Images:
    Remind yourself to stay out of conflict debt with handy visual reminders for your phone or your office wall


Pre-order five or more copies of The Good Fight by March 25th and receive:

  • All of the tools from the single book promotion, PLUS:

  • Good Fight Team Discussion Guide:
    Help your team get on the same page on how to have productive conflict using this easy-to-deliver presentation and facilitation guide in your next meeting

  • Effective Meetings Toolkit:
    Restructure and supercharge your meetings with these tools and sample agenda

  • Facilitator in a Box (Tarp Exercise eFacilitation):
    Guide your team through this client-tested framework to improve the quality of discussions and decisions while reducing the unhealthy friction  

Here’s How to Claim Your Bonuses!

  1. Purchase one, five, or more copies of the book at your favorite retailer.
  2. Email me a copy of your receipt at with BOOK BONUS in the subject line
  3. Check your inbox for your bonuses


Email me to learn about special bulk offers and promotions.

See what industry leaders are saying about The Good Fight

In this terrific book, Liane Davey delivers a surprising and bracing message: Conflict is good for us. It can improve performance, helps teams bond, and enrich the workplace. What matters is how you harness conflict to address tough topics and make hard decisions. If you feel like your organization is mired in a rut, you might need a good fight—  and you definitely need THE GOOD FIGHT.

Daniel H. Pink

author of WHEN and DRIVE

Liane Davey has long been a secret weapon of the C-Suite. With The Good Fight, any leader can learn how to get their teams unstuck and working together again. Through humor and practical examples, Liane’s book shows how even the most conflict-avoidant leaders can use productive conflict to resolve the issues that have been holding them back. Save yourself the stress and start applying her methods today.

Shawn Layden

Chairman, Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios

For most leaders and teams, conflict is treated as something to avoid at all cost — instead of a path toward greater understanding, engagement and success. Through practical examples, Davey gives us the right words so we might approach conflict as an ally rather than an adversary. I highly recommend The Good Fight for anyone leading a team. As many of us would agree, normalizing healthy conflict in the workplace is something that is long overdue

Dr. Marla Gottschalk

Industrial/Organizational Psychologist and LinkedIn Influencer

The Good Fight is an essential field guide that any leader can use to prevent drama before it starts. Davey provides practical and repeatable processes you can use to disarm people’s egos, resolve the conflicts on your team, and restore sanity to your organization.

Cy Wakeman

Drama Researcher, New York Times bestselling author of No Ego, Founder Reality-Based Leadership

Whether you’re an organization of ten or 10,000, the best solutions emerge when people feel comfortable sharing their ideas, even when what they have to say challenges the status quo. In The Good Fight, Davey shows leaders how to facilitate the productive, healthy conflict that’s needed for teams to fully engage and give their best to the organization.

Howard Behar

former President, Starbucks International, and author of It’s Not About the Coffee: Lessons on Putting People First from a Life at Starbucks

We feel the pain of having a conflict immediately. But the pain of avoiding a conflict is insidious and invisible, like a toxic gas. In The Good Fight, Liane Davey shows us how to clear the air without causing an explosion.

Kim Scott

New York Times bestselling author of Radical Candor

Growing up among eight siblings, my mother always taught me to ‘use my words not my fists’ whenever there was conflict. This advice not only helped me out of a jam, but taught me not to back down if things needed to be said. Productive conflict resolution had begun! In Liane Davey’s new book, The Good Fight, she uses her 25 years of team-building experience to effectively teach people how to resolve conflict the right way–head on! Her practical strategies are purposeful and wise, and will help create healthy habits, build trust within your team and increase the bottom line! An excellent read!

David M.R. Covey

co-author of Trap Tales: Outsmarting the 7 Hidden Obstacles to Success