what is a conflict? its a disagreement between people
-Undesirable conflicts is when a group or someone stands in the way of the company's goals.
-Desirable conflict can sometimes lead to undesirable conflict when the person who's idea didn't get chosen has anger toward the persons who did and doesn't help.
We have two distinct sets of language patterns (how we communicate). One builds bridges between people and institutions, even countries, while the other deepens the gap between the parties, and results in escalation. Best is that the good communication approach can be learned, rather quickly. By you. By anyone.
In public speaking the most important thing is to get and keep the attention of your audience. Using tried and true psychological principles about how the brain works, you can implement relatively simple, but highly effective ways of getting people to listen, stay alert and "hear" you message.
Getting the attention and interest of your boss (getting heard) is essential for you career success, and to have input and have your ideas heard and considered. Most of us don't know how to do it, so in this short article we explain how to approach your boss, whether it's to ask for a raise, ask for more resources, or get your idea heard and recognized.
-Avoidance Strategy is when you choose to remain neutral or just agree to avoid conflict
-Compromise Strategy is when you talk and comprise on a solution
-Win/Lose Strategy is when no one comprises and someone wins and someone loses