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Summary of: Lou Y. & Lu, L., (2020). A review of research on team conflict, conflict management and team performance, advances in economics, business and management research, 155, 321-326. https://doi.org/10.2991/aebmr.k.201128.062 Background & Theory There have been a number of research studies completed on the topic of conflict within the workplace. Conflict in the workplace is often...

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Originally from Baltimore, Chris Jackson is a peacekeeper and current student, completing his Doctorate in Conflict Psychology. After joining the Navy at 17 and working as a police officer in Colorado, Jackson decided to get his degree in conflict resolution and is now working towards a PSYED. Through his education, he desires to impact law...

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Summary of: Taylor, L. K. (2020). The developmental peacebuilding model (DPM) of children’s prosocial behaviors in settings of intergroup conflict. Child Development Perspectives, 14(3), 127-134. DOI: 10.1111/cdep.12377 Background & Theory This article explores how the Developmental Peacebuilding Model (DPM) might be of assistance in our understanding of how children can contribute to peacebuilding and what...

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Summary of: Gail F. Thomas. (2020). Perspective: Managing virtual team conflict. the Western ABC Bulletin, 2.2. Background & Theory Conflict in the workplace has always been acknowledged as a part of workplace culture. With different people coming together with a variety of backgrounds and beliefs, along with differing conflict styles, having a diverse group of...

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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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This week’s peacebuilding tip from Jeremy Pollack is to stay curious. Staying curious is a great way to mitigate potential conflicts in situations in your life. Curiosity is an open mindset where you can understand the other party’s perspective better. Sometimes we want to defend ourselves and prove the other person wrong, but that is...

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This week’s peacebuilding tip is about how to take the other’s position in conflict. This strategy is a cognitive exercise when you are trying to make peace with someone who has a different perspective than you. First, be very clear on what you are trying to convey or how you are positioning yourself. After understanding yourself,...

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Summary of: Li, P., Sun, J.,Taris, T.W., Xing, L., & Peeters, M.C.W., (2018). Country differences in the relationship between leadership and employee engagement: A meta-analysis. The Leadership Quarterly, (101458), 1-14, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.leaqua.2020.101458 Background & Theory The type of leadership an organization has is related to important organizational outcomes and follower engagement. In this article, researchers wanted...

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