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Conflict at work can be overwhelming, but if you’re in charge of keeping the peace at the office, there are different tools and contexts to use that can increase your efficacy and keep coworkers working rather than fighting. Understanding these two different types of conflict in a workplace can help you navigate them when they...

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Summary of: Kubíček, A. and Machek, O. “Intrafamily conflicts in family businesses: A systematic review of the literature and agenda for future research” (2020). Family Business Review. Background & Theory: Research in the field of family business conflicts is surprisingly uncommon, considering the large range of disagreements that can occur within family businesses. Disagreements such...

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Summary of: Yuan, L., Yu, Y., and Liu, P., “Are teams experiencing relationship conflicts destined to fail: The role of emotions and work engagement” (2019). Chinese Management Studies. Background & Theory: Previous research has indicated the harmful effects that relationship conflict can have on employees in the workplace. Finding ways of confronting relationship conflict in...

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Summary of: Trong, T., “Leveraging positive conflict in the workplace” (2019). FMP Consulting. 1-4. Background & Theory: Past research has divided workplace conflict into three sectors: relationship conflict, process conflict, and task conflict. Relationship conflict happens primarily due to interpersonal incompatibility. Process conflict occurs when there is incompatibility with roles, responsibilities, schedules, and tasks. Task...

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Summary of: Webb, C.E., Rossignac-Milon, M, & Higgins, E.T. (2017). Stepping forward together: Could walking facilitate interpersonal conflict resolution? American Psychologist, Volume 72, 374-385. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0040431. Background & Theory This article examines how walking may be beneficial to not only an individual, but to multiple people involved in a conflict resolution process. Research Questions The article...

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Work and stress are two words that very frequently go together. Assignments, meetings, deadlines, problem-solving – there’s no shortage of responsibilities at the job that can keep us up at night if we let them. But one area of work that can be quite stressful but over gets overlooked is workplace relationships. Workplace relationships stats...

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Summary of: Jakubiak, B. K., & Feeney, B. C. (2019). Hand-in-hand combat: Affectionate touch promotes relational well-being and buffers stress during conflict. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 45(3), 431-446. Background & Theory: Relational conflict can seriously affect the health and wellness of both the individual and the shared relationship depending on how the conflict is...

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