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The cost of organisational restructuring

05 December 2010

Unresolved conflict in the workplace forces managers to implement inefficient company operations in an effort to keep conflicting parties separate. This evasive action compromises optimum processes and affects productivity. Not only does it cause the restructuring of an organization but it also removes opportunities where team members can come together for collaborative problem-solving sessions. Additional […]

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The threat of unresolved conflict

05 December 2010

Conflict that is not resolved gets pushed further and further ‘underground’ but does not die. Instead, it grows in size until it explodes in an array of forms to challenge the harmony within the working environments. The key is to catch conflict at its early stages so that the moaning, the rows, slammed doors, broken […]

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What does it take to be an effective Leader

10 December 2010

Leadership begins with yourself. When you can effectively leadyourself then you can begin to lead others with influence.

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Relationship Based Selling

Relationship Based Selling

07 December 2010

Selling your product is all about getting out of the mind of the sales person and getting into the mind of the customer. It is changing seats, changing lenses and seeing the world from the perspective of the target customers. When people are thinking about anything in trade they are thinking WIIFM = what’s in […]

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What are your ‘mirrors’ telling you?

07 December 2010

There are 8 areas of our life each containing mirrors, reflecting back to us what we are and where we are. If we do not like the reflection there is no use adjusting the mirror! For with every adjusted mirror, still, there you are. If you do not like the image that is re-presented then […]

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The New Game of networking

The New Game of networking

05 December 2010

The new age is an age of networking where there is transparency trust and openness. Where people are not treated as though they are numbers but seen for the individuals that they are. To network successfuly you need to have the skills and tools and mindset which moves you beyond superficial contact to something with […]

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Conversation Bridges and Rifts

05 December 2010

Conversation Bridges Conversation bridges are opening statements that can increase connection and constructive dialogue. Below is a list of statements that you may wish to employ. I am angry because I want . . . I wish . . . I have a strong desire for . . . This is what things are about […]

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Four types of conflict you need to know about

05 December 2010

Intrapersonal conflict, which identifies the conflict as being within you, points to the presence of two needs that carry significance, and to the fact that you have not yet found a strategy that will allow you to meet both needs or identify a more inclusive option. Interpersonal conflict, which looks at conflict between people, identifies […]

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Using the language of influence

05 December 2010

There is the language of influence that you can use when interacting with people. But in order to use that language effectively to create connection at work and within our families, we need to understand the key components of each personality. For instance what makes each style feel comfortable, how each likes to act and […]

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Understanding the Model of Human Behaviour

05 December 2010

There are four basic styles known as temperaments, and they blend together to make up your unique personality style. There are four parts to the circle. I will describe the first two parts, outgoing and reserved, followed by the other two parts, task and people style personalities, to show you how and why you do […]

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What is Personality?—The beginning

05 December 2010

Your personality is made up of various complex parts and is heavily influenced by genetics and your environment. When looking more closely at what factors contribute to personality, you will consider the culture in which they were raised in, their place of birth, the quality of their home life, choice of vocations, their varied interests, […]

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Change from the top down

05 December 2010

For any conflict system to work once implemented it must be embraced from the top. The conflict management program must be seen to have the support and weight of higher level management in order to create buy-in of the models and benefits of actively engaging in conflict resolution practices from mid-level and lower-level employees. From […]

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