Your Relationship with Conflict

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What is your relationship with conflict?

Conflict, it’s highly probable! We all bring different ideas, goals, values, beliefs and needs to teams. These differences are a primary strength. However, the same differences inevitably lead to conflict.

This free resource will help you to understand your relationship with conflict. You will identify your dominant conflict management style. With heightened self awareness you will know how to intentionally select a response that enables dialogue.

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What is your relationship with conflict?

Conflict, it’s highly probable! We all bring different ideas, goals, values, beliefs and needs to teams. These differences are a primary strength.

However, the same differences inevitably lead to conflict,even if the level of conflict is low.

Since conflict is inevitable, one of the ways in which managers, team leaders, and facilitators can help team members improve their ability to function well in teams is to work with them to developĀ  understanding of their relationship with conflict, and develop strategies to manage and resolve it.

This resource addresses the following questions:

  • What is conflict?
  • Why learn more about conflict and conflict management?
  • How do people respond to conflict?
  • What modes do people use to address conflict?
  • What factors impact how we respond to conflict?
  • Making choices about how and when you engage with conflict
  • How might you select a conflict management style?
  • Going forward how to adopt new approaches to conflict?

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