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Managing Conflict.

MANAGING CONFLICT

Conflict reaches into every part of work and management. The good news is that many studies show that conflict, when well-managed, is a powerful, constructive force that breathes life and energy into the workplace. This book narrates a story that lets the reader see conflict in a work environment. Concise explanations use the story to explore major ideas about the conflict in organization. Reading this book can put you and your colleagues on the same wavelength. You can begin to develop a shared confidence whereby dealing with conflict openly and skillfully, you can make it work for you and your company.
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Publication:Canadian Manager
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Date:Dec 22, 1989
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