Six keys to leveraging positive conflict applied to team building.
Whether you are a person in a position of leadership (PIAOPL) in an industry like property restoration, or any other business where people are involved, you are no stranger to conflict. The key in conflict is to embrace it and utilize it for something positive in the development of the culture of the organization.
Our article published with Restoration and Remediation Magazine (R&R) will help you identify 6 Keys to Positive Organizational Conflict. Whenever you are dealing with people there will always be issues. Even good people have disagreements. The issue with disagreements is not in having them but in how we conduct ourselves. Leadership requires constant effort to improve one's will, skill and chill to rise to the ever evolving demands of the marketplace.
There will be conflict. Will there be solutions? The key perspectives include distinguishing between constructive and destructive conflict. The questions those in a position of leadership must ask are, “Does the situation of resistance show someone who has made a mistake, someone who is processing the changes or someone who has decided to be an obstacle to progress?”
See other articles included in publications such as Facility Management (FM) World, The Daily Positive, Young, Fabulous and Self-Employed (YFS), Project Management Times, Insurance (Ins) Nerds, Facility Executive, Business Analyst Times and more.
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