Conflict is an inevitable part of life. It happens. It can be a testing and frustrating element of corporate life. We all react to it differently but the way we approach it will make a difference between a rocky road or an easy path ahead.
However, sometimes it rests on your shoulders to address and that can feel like a big ask. Maybe if you’re honest, it’s not one of your strengths so you avoid it. Or you may have tried but it didn’t go quite as well as you would have hoped. All in all, it can be a real headache to navigate, particularly if you don’t know how.
I understand this and I’m here to help.
Perhaps you work with strong personalities who consistently clash, or a director who has a challenging management or communication style. Sometimes the issues manifest when teams and colleagues struggle during times of transition, change or crisis.
However it has evolved, I’m here to help you tackle it, prevent it and create a more harmonious and productive workplace, giving you the freedom to get back to the business of business.
What is the impact of Conflict on your business:
It can take your focus and attention away from day to day business.
Oozes out into client relationships
Filters through to team dynamics and affects projects and partnerships
Affects morale and engagement
Affects emotional wellbeing
Slows down productivity
Causes reputational damage