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This week’s peacebuilding tip is about how to practice inclusivity in the workplace. It is important to be inclusive when creating and maintaining peace. Inclusivity is purely making sure everybody feels that they have input in the decision-making of the company, especially the decisions that will affect them. You can be inclusive in many different...

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This week’s peacebuilding tip is about how to recognize and appreciate the people around you regularly.   The best place to begin building trust with someone is by recognizing them and appreciating their impact on our lives. This makes people feel valued which is super important. It can be as simple as saying “Hey, I...

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If you’re noticing conflict keeps arising on your team or that it’s slow to resolve when it does erupt, you might want to consider looking at the policies and procedures in place around conflict. Many leaders may look directly to the people involved with conflict to identify trigger points. It’s true that certain personalities may...

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This week’s peacebuilding tip is about how to give regular feedback. Whether it is at home or at work, it is important to give regular feedback to others. If somebody is not living up to your expectations, it is important to give constructive and positive feedback. I recommend giving about 5 times as much positive...

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This week’s peacebuilding tip is how to set clear expectations in the workplace. Many conflicts in the workplace are derived from a lack of communication or even a misunderstanding. Sometimes, a solution can be as easy as making it clear what is expected from an employee. Expectations can sometimes be implied, but both parties may...

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While your job may not include any responsibilities around conflict or people-management, flexing your conflict resolution skills at work can benefit you in myriad ways. Some people have natural skills and competency around de-escalating tension, communicating fairly, and identifying solutions. If you see yourself in that description, you may want to consider putting those skills...

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To prevent conflict from becoming a mainstay in your organization, developing some effective issue resolution strategies and protocols can help. Offering training, discussion strategies, and having clear escalation channels through management so employees know who to rely on can help your team feel more empowered and comfortable knowing how to avoid conflict at work and...

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