Preventing Conflict Before it Arises

The Observer
September 10, 2012

August Turak writes that a good leaders is great at resolving conflict while a great leaders keep conflict from arising in the first place. Turak notes that workplace conflicts are typically the result of ambiguity among “hard-working, well intentioned people that had unintentionally allowed a disembodied demon into their midst.”

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