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Dare to disagree

Most people instinctively avoid conflict, but as Margaret Heffernan shows us, good disagreement is central to progress.

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Working With People You Don’t Like - Communication Skills Training from MindTools.com

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In this article, we'll look at why it's important to be able to work with people you don't like. We'll also explore ways that you can overcome this dislike, and work professionally and productively with all members of your team.

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4 Secrets to Getting Along With Difficult People

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We all have difficult people in our lives. You know—the ones you dread talking to; the ones you try to avoid at all costs. Here are a few secrets to being able to keep your cool when dealing with that difficult person in your life.
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5 Conflict Tips and a Powerful Conflict Model to Help You Through The Holiday Season! - The Launchpad - The Coaching Tools Company Blog

5 Conflict Tips and a Powerful Conflict Model to Help You Through The Holiday Season! - The Launchpad - The Coaching Tools Company Blog | All About Coaching | Scoop.it

Conflict is a huge and fascinating topic and the Assumption Iceberg is a simple but powerful concept that you may find useful for both yourself and your clients. It comes from “The Joy Of Conflict Resolution: Transforming Victims, Villains And Heroes In The Workplace And At Home” by Gary Harper.

So, have you heard the old saying, “We judge ourselves by our intentions – and others by their actions”? It’s one of the best conflict tips there is – let’s explore.

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What to Do When You Have to Work with Someone You Don't Like

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Use this psychological trick when a colleague makes your skin crawl.
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Leaderhip Gift Conflict Rule No. 3: Move Toward Conflict

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This is the thirst post in a series about conflict rules. I already discussed Conflict Rule No. 1: Disagree More and Better and Conflict Rule No. 2: Validate Other People’s Point of View.
Why move toward a conflict?
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Eight Causes of Conflict - Communication Skills Training from MindTools.com

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Learn about eight common causes of conflict, and find out how to manage them effectively.
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How to Be Disrespectful Respectfully

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Seven strange secrets to showing maximum respect.
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 "If you cultivate careful powers of discernment, stop feeling like it’s sinful to have those powers, face into the challenge of figuring out when to speak your mind and when to bite your lip, and calmly hold your cultivated opinions as not easily perturbed, you’ll be able to show disrespect as respectfully as humanly possible."

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7 Easy Steps to Solve a Conflict

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To solve a conflict and reconcile your team or improve your relationship, apply the 7 following steps. It will help you to develop greater control of yourself and of situations which may arise in your life.

 

Situations arise everyday, but we can approach them consciously and solve a conflict easily.

“I don’t have to attend every argument I’m invited to.” – Unknown

 

Situations of conflict occurs for many reason among them:


-Argument because you want to have it your way while the other wants to have it his way as well
-Someone who refuses to listen to your opinion is perceived as an opponent.


-Someone who tells that your idea is wrong or not realistic.


In any of this situation you may find yourself getting upset, frustrated or withdrawn. Therefore you set yourself in conflict mode. Often disagreement is (mis)interpreted as opposition.

 

How true is it you are in conflict? How much does it cost you or your organization?

 

We are seeing the reality from our own perspective: what may be true for us may not be for another individual or community. Many examples come to mind at a team, community or even a nation level. Conflicts arise everywhere and in any situation not because people are right or wrong but because of the diversity of perspectives.

 

These perspectives, which are only perceptions of the reality based on filters such as beliefs, education, religion, etc…, lead us to feel separated from one another and to conclude that if we don’t agree, we automatically are in conflict.


Via Belinda MJ.B, Anne Egros, David Hain, Roger Francis, donhornsby, Kevin Watson
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Conflict Management Coaching: The CINERGY Model™ book by Cinnie Noble

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Learn about Cinnie Noble's Conflict Management Coaching: The CINERGY Model, a comprehensive and dynamic book about coaching people on a one-on-one basis.
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