Project managers don't have the market on efficiency, but they do have insights on how to juggle multiple responsibilities, adjust to evolving complexities and reach mission objectives. Emotional intelligence as it relates to working with diverse people within a team is an essential skill when developing positive dynamics. As outlined in our recent article published with Project Management Times, If you have dysfunction in your team, the cost may be higher than you want to admit but the cure may also be closer than you realize. Our article entitled The Cause, Cost And Countermeasure To Conflict In An Organization discusses ideas for understanding sources of conflict as well as how to reduce and resolve these issues.
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