6 Ways to Manage Conflict Better

Most conflicts are caused by small conflicts that get blow up into a big conflict. Look at the conflict Logically instead of emotionally. Try to have a good outlook on the conflict and believe that the person meant no harm. Share the reason you believed to conflict happened so everyone involved can try to understand what caused to conflict. You can’t make the other parties involved admit anything but you can admit to anything you did wrong. You should try to forgive and forget if the conflict is resolved.

Key Takeaways:

  • large conflicts are usually comprised of smaller conflicts. each small conflict contributes to the severity of the larger conflict.
  • once the conflict is resolved, move forward by leaving in the past. don’t dwell on it and do not bring it up if future conflicts arise.
  • Follow the facts. Emotions are not facts and are sometimes irrelevant to the conflict at hand. Discuss solid factors that causing the problem

“You don’t have to like conflict but you can learn to manage it and not try to escape from it.”

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