If you have been in business long enough, the reality
is that you have dealt with conflict. Yet, it is human nature to want
to avoid it. Some people will go the route of acquiescing to everything
so they can avoid addressing the involved party. Others will go the more
passive aggressive route ... saying that they agree and then ignoring
the task at hand. I prefer the more direct approach myself.
how do you handle conflict? In this month's Insight from Peritius newsletter,
Ricardo Viti will examine how to avoid those "unrealism traps" that
lead to conflict. These traps are the ones that get leaders in trouble
when they do not know how to read the signs. Ricardo will address the
age-old question ... "How do you get management to view the problems
as if they owned them themselves?"
If you'd like to learn more about how to manage conflict
and the "unrealism traps" that threaten your projects, contact
Peritius Consulting at 312-605-8400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Laura Dribin Werner
President & CEO
Peritius Consulting, Inc.
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