Mankind must evolve – for all human conflict – a method which rejects revenge, aggression, and retaliation. The foundation of such method is love. – Martin Luther King, Jr.*
With the expectation to “do more with less” and the bare-bone staffing of business the pressure opens the door for increased interpersonal conflict.
Time-starved and sleep-deprived, people are showing up at work fatigued creating more opportunity conflict and frustration.
How do you handle the conflict?
What can you do to move from conflict – whether a colleague, direct report, family or the driver in the next lane – to a workable solution?
Here is a short video coaching tip (less than 2 minutes) on the subject:
What do you think?
How does fear, conformity, or laziness show up in creating solutions?
How well are you seeing past the problem?
How well are you seeing the people?
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*American Baptist Minister and Civil-Rights Leader. (1929-1968) Source: thinkexist.com