Strategies to Resolve Conflict


6 Ways to Let Cooler Heads Prevail

It’s impossible to have a functioning office without some conflict, but the way it’s handled can make a world of difference. Check out this article by Entrepreneur magazine for 6 great tips on resolving tense situations:

  1. Embrace Conflict
  2. Talk Together
  3. Listen Carefully
  4. Find Agreement
  5. Provide Guidance
  6. Be Quick to Forgive

For a deeper look at handling conflict through behavioral awareness, check out our blog article about using communication styles to resolve conflicts.

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