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Workplace conflict is inevitable. But peer-to-peer conflict is a bit easier to navigate and overcome than conflict that extends beyond power dynamics in the office. When a boss is in conflict with their employees, turnover, morale, trust, and productivity can take much bigger hits than they may during other types of conflict. This is especially...

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Summary of: Rodriguez-Sanchez, J-L., Gonzalez-Torres, T., Montero-Navarro, A., & Gallego-Losada, R. (2020). Investing time and resources for work-life balance: The effect on talent retention. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(6), 1-14. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17061920 Background & Theory This article explains the importance of work-life balance and provides a look at recommended strategies that companies...

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On August 26, 2021, Pollack Peacebuilding Systems hosted a panel discussion over new difficulties employers are facing while people are transitioning from remote to in-person work. Four peacebuilders came together to discuss “How to Deal with Political and Social Conflict in the Workplace”. As more people are coming back to work with our society being...

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Summary of: Hamre, K. V., Fauske, M. R., Reknes, I., Nielsen, M. B., Gjerstad, J., & Einarsen, S. V. (2021). Preventing and neutralizing the escalation of workplace bullying: The role of conflict management climate. International Journal of Bullying Prevention, 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1007/s42380-021-00100-y Background & Theory Workplace bullying is a gradually escalating process that occurs from psychosocial...

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Summary of: Wobodo, C. C., Orianzi, R., & Oko-Jaja, B. (2020). Conflict and crisis management: A theoretical comparison. European Journal of Business and Management, 12(2), 16-22. Background & Theory This article explored how conflict and crisis both affect organizations and what the response by leadership and management needs to be in order to keep the...

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Summary Of: Başoğul, C., (2020). Conflict management and teamwork in workplace from the perspective of nurses. Perspectives in Psychiatric Care, 57(2). 610-619.  https://doi.org/10.1111/ppc.12584 Background & Theory To improve the workplace atmosphere within patient care facilities, the conflict management between nurses was studied to better understand workplace disruptions. The different strategies that are used when conflicts occur...

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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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