Disagreements between coworkers can be resolved through open communication and positive feedback.
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Workplace conflict emerges within any organization sooner or later, whether it's between employees or between employees and managers. The cause can vary considerably, stemming from poor communication, social and cultural differences, or ineffective management. Whether your organization welcomes conflict as a means of forcing honest dialogue or tries to nip any kind of disagreement in the bud, one thing is for sure -- if left unresolved, conflict can escalate and become a real problem for your organization.
These six entrepreneurs discuss the different ways a good leader can get in front of conflict before it spirals out of control -- potentially leading to a loss in team productivity and cooperation, higher stress levels and more employee turnover.
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