Published: Oct 09, 2017
Some people thrive on conflict, while others seek to avoid it at any cost. When it comes to your career, knowing which end of that spectrum you fall on—and in which situations you should try to change your natural behavior—can make all the difference to your ability to have productive relationships with your colleagues.
In this video, Harvard Business Review contributing editor Amy Gallo breaks down everything you need to be more effective at dealing with conflict in the workplace. She covers everything from the different personality types, to the most common types of conflict, all the way through to your different options for handling conflict. Check it out:
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