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Conflict Resolution: When Should Leaders Step In?

Conflict Resolution: When Should Leaders Step In?

If you’ve recruited effectively, your workplace is full of diverse employees with differing strengths and weaknesses. They also have unique ideas and communication styles, so it only makes sense that they’ll butt heads from time to time. In fact, 60-80 percent of all difficulties in organizations come from strained relationships among employees.While on the surface it seems undesirable, correctly managed conflict can provide a source of growth and creativity within your organization. What matters is not whether conflict does or does not exist — it does — but whether your team is ready to handle it. The team that understands how to strategically approach conflict will build long-term

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