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Do you want to develop a greater leadership impact and influence?

Disharmonious work relationships can be a great energy zapper. Not only that, but it also reduces the visibility, impact, and influence of the work we do.

As a leader, one of your key responsibilities is to reduce conflicts and improve collaborations at the workplace.

So how do we make that happen?

By taking radical ownership, because the only thing we can ever change is ourselves. Once we start changing, we will see the effect on others.

Conflict Resolution Strategy

There are many conflict resolution strategies out there, but here are just some that I find helpful: 

1. Acknowledge the conflict early on to prevent the chasm from widening

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2. Take ownership, avoid blame, find a solution

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3. Self-check often

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Conflict is not uncommon to people, not even in the workplace. And yes, resolving conflicts isn’t the easiest thing to do, but it is worth every bit of the effort. You just have to choose how you will respond.

I suggest you try these conflict resolution strategies for 30 days earnestly and let me know how it goes.

As a Leadership Coach and Mentor, I have worked with 100s of leaders and senior managers, dozens of teams & organizations to get moving on their biggest business & personal hurdles.

Schedule a conversation with me today. Let’s talk about how you can leverage your emotional intelligence to develop yourself into the whole spectrum of leadership capabilities— strategically, psychologically & spiritually.

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