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Conflict: Beneficial or Just Risky Business
  By: Melissa Vokoun

The stereotype that conflict is always detrimental is coming under attack from many researchers. There is a growing school of thought that conflict can stimulate an energetic and dynamic working environment that shakes apathy and compliancy to its core. However, there is an equally vocal group that finds conflict is always dysfunctional and its consequences can far outweigh any potential benefits.


Eight Simple Rules...To Resolving Conflict and Improving Work Relationships
  By: Greg Giesen
Managing conflict with coworkers doesn't have to be difficult. In this article are eight simple rules that should both help you deal with conflict and improve your relationships at work.

How to Manage Conflict
  By: Gregory P. Smith
Conflict in the workplace is a painful reality. The goal is to recognize friction and tension and deal with it before it escalates into a major problem. One point is clear--conflict does not magically go away if ignored.

How to Resolve Workplace Conflict
  By: Gregory P. Smith

Conflict in the workplace is a painful reality and a key reason for poor productivity and frustration.  Do you have people in your workplace that cause problems for everyone else?  Do they create additional work for others?  One point is clear--conflict does not magically go away and only gets worse when ignored.


Key Steps in Collaborative Problem Solving
  By: Judy Worrell
Six key steps in applying a collaborative problem solving style of conflict management.

Organization Conflict: What You Need to Know
  By: Greg Giesen
All too often organizations cry out for what I call the quick fix. You know the scenario: two employees not getting along, probably personality differences, not real receptive to previous internal interventions, etc., so the organization decides to bring in outside help to fix the problem. Sound familiar?


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