Experts in Change Adoption and Training
Duration 1 day workshop
As individuals, our needs, ideas, beliefs, values, goals and expectations vary consistently, resulting in much diversity in the workplace. Unfortunately, this diversity in thoughts and actions can often become a trigger of conflict between team members, affecting employees, clients and ultimately the bottom line of the business. What starts as a simple disagreement – if unresolved – may escalate to avoidance, inability to work together, verbal assaults and resentment. In some cases, it can even lead to hostility, eventual separation from the organisation and exhaustive legal battles.
However, when conflict is managed and dissolved, it provides a powerful platform for significant growth. For this reason, understanding the techniques for conflict resolution is imperative as it enables the building of trust and commitment amongst colleagues and clients alike.
Profiling can be incorporated as part of this training. Ask us about the best profiling tool for your team.
This program has been designed by Glass Rock Solutions for individuals and teams to build better working relationships, fostering healthy working environments and where the team is feeling empowered and enabled to work through challenging conflict situations.
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