Posts Tagged ‘ conflict ’

The Leadership Gift Conflict Rule No. 1: Disagree More and Better
Even highly skilled and trained people can be downright lousy at disagreeing, and this is the first part in a series of five posts on how to better deal with conflict. I call my approach to conflict "positive politics," and that means attending to individual interests and  honoring others (even those who threaten or oppose you). (more…)

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Posted on 04/03/2013 08:04 am | 9 Comments
Leadership Skills: Why You Need to Appreciate Conflict
Years ago, I got to spend a day with prolific leadership writer, Professor Warren Bennis, who is also a The Leadership Gift™ master. The occasion was a week-long learning session about group genius. At one point, conflict arose among the 50+ participants concerning (more…)

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Posted on 08/16/2012 01:38 pm | No Comments
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