Think about it…when people are in conflict they are stimulated, passionate, and energized. That’s what you want — not passive harmony and predictable routines. Instead of seeing it as something negative to avoid and tip-toe around, welcome it, take advantage of it, and steer it towards active and creative solutions. You can use conflict to get deeper insights into what triggers passion and drives each person and their relationships. Those are the kinds of insights that you can use to strengthen your team.
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Bob Legge provides organizations with the ability to exceed their most ambitious goals. I work with leaders of Fortune 500 companies, small and mid-size companies, nonprofits, education, and government. Together, we drive strategy, lead successful change, develop high performance cultures, improve individual and organizational performance, and produce faster, sustainable growth and value. Contact him at email@example.com