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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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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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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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Summary of: GanshKumar, R., Sujatha, L., & Guru, K. (2021). Effectiveness of conflict management games and activities in workplace. Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education, 12(11), 395-400. https://doi.org/10.17762/turcomat.v12i11.5891 Background & Theory This article explores the benefits of conflict management games (and similar activities) to determine conflict management styles within a team in the workplace...

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Summary of: De Clercq, D., Fatima, T., & Jahanzeb, S. (2021). Gossiping about an arrogant leader: Sparked by inconsistent leadership, mitigated by employee resilience. The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 57(3), 269–289. https://doi.org/10.1177/0021886320917520 Background & Theory: Arrogant leadership is defined as the practice by which leaders engage in presumptuous claims about their competencies, have inflated...

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Summary of: Veerankutty, K., & Rehna, V. J. (2020). Role of organizational culture in resolving organizational conflict and its impact on employees performance – A critical overview. International Journal of Innovations in Management, Engineering, and Science, 6(3). Background & Theory This article explores how organizational culture and organizational conflict influence each other, and whether organizational...

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