Three Ways to Quell Conflict With a Boss or Team Member
The best way to 'disrupt disruptive relationships'
According to Pollack Peacebuilding Systems, employees in the United States spend approximately 2.8 hours engaged in conflict, which equals a full day of productivity each month.
Conflict itself is not necessarily a problem. The real problem is what mismanaged conflict does to relationships. Most workers have experienced the tension of working with a disruptive top performer, a disorderly peer or a disagreeable boss.
This post explores three common relationship conflicts and how to get resolution.
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