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Christopher Thompson's Closing the Deal: Why do people avoid difficult ... - The Union Leader

Christopher Thompson's Closing the Deal: Why do people avoid difficult ... - The Union Leader | Conflict management at work for women | Scoop.it
Christopher Thompson's Closing the Deal: Why do people avoid difficult ...
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If you manage people, it's likely you are providing feedback and having difficult conversations on a regular basis.
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Some good advice here - and of course means you ought to buy our elearning The Courage to Manage Having essential conversations at work!

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Business Conflict Blog » Singapore: Mediation and Culture

Business Conflict Blog » Singapore: Mediation and Culture | Conflict management at work for women | Scoop.it
Notice has recently gone out of a report and recommendations of a Working Group appointed to review the practicality of an International Mediation Center in Singapore. The news release, available here, explains that the ...
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Really interesting look at mediation away from the Western concepts of behaviour. I'm always interested in cross-cultural insights

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The Results Are In: Bad Leadership Is Contagious - Forbes

The Results Are In: Bad Leadership Is Contagious - Forbes | Conflict management at work for women | Scoop.it
The Results Are In: Bad Leadership Is Contagious
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I don't let that change how I manage.” Whether working for a great boss or a nightmare leader, they feel they are in control of themselves and their immediate situation.
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HR are keen to retain talent (at all costs?) yet less keen to let go of bad bosses. Yet either approach will generate great gains to a company, as this article shows. (american)

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Indian women turn spotlight on sexual harassment at work - Alaska Dispatch

Economic Times Indian women turn spotlight on sexual harassment at work Alaska Dispatch Two high-profile allegations of sexual assault in India have shone a spotlight on harassment of woman at the workplace, nearly one year after the rape and...
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India is ripe for changing laws around harassment at work.  Given that Indian women are getting a stronger voice around gender and inequality, then men need to listen and change, rather than "dig in" and start blaming strong women for speaking

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