Anger Awareness Week; How To Avoid Conflict In The Workplace By Julie Cameron

December 1st 2020 marks the start of Anger Awareness Week, and it’s time to remind yourself about anger and conflict in the workplace. Unfortunately, too many of us experience anger and unhelpful disagreements in their working life. But this way of working need not be the norm. Far from it in fact. Rather, you would contend that one never needs to experience conflict or arguments in the workplace. Because if employees and leaders alike follow some simple processes and – instead of focusing on blame – they embrace robust problem solving, they can actually eliminate issues early on, well before they become something bigger. This will therefore remove the potential for conflict altogether and ultimately result in a happy and engaged team.  Here are a few top tips to avoid anger and unnecessary conflict in the workplace advised by DRIVE Engagement Managing Director  Julie Cameron. Find the gap Identify the gap between what…

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