We have an obsession with quick fixes to organizational challenges. To enrich and achieve our strategies, we have to stop focusing on technology and start focusing on getting people to work together.
This type of collaboration will lead to differences in opinion, ideas, and approaches and is normal. It’s what we call healthy conflict. When individuals are unable or unwilling, however, to coalesce or shift their thinking for the greater good, unhealthy conflict threatens to derail your plans causing strategic drift and no leader should have to end an otherwise great year on that note.
Through conflict management and coaching strategies, we can help leaders develop strategies that eradicate power struggles and dissension to achieve strategic intent and successful collaborative efforts.
Call Pam if you:
- Need an experienced facilitator to lead an important collaborative effort.
- Have teams that are derailed by interpersonal conflict.
- Want to learn conflict management and resolution strategies.
- Would like to learn how to apply basic conflict coaching techniques to departmental/organizational interactions.