Conflict is a natural occurring phenomenon any time you have people working together.

Managing interpersonal tension so that it doesn’t blow up an organization, impede productivity or individual success is critical. Research has shown that 42% of your time is spent trying to manage interpersonal conflict as manager. What is it doing to detract from the results you want for your team or organization?

Common contributors to conflict:
  • Ineffective communication
  • Power seeking
  • Weak leadership
  • Different conflict styles
  • Lack of clear goals
  • Competing priorities
Conflict is a natural occurring phenomenon any time you have people working together. Managing interpersonal tension so that it doesn’t blow up an organization, impede productivity or individual success is critical. Find out how to manage conflict better with Sue Kenfield.

What is in it for you to manage conflict more effectively?

  • Greater results through improved collaboration
  • Increased morale and engagement
  • Improved communication
  • Keeping good talent

People are complex and they do what they know;

when they know better, they do better.

We help demystify the dysfunctional dynamics that lead to conflict and implement proactive solutions.

With a greater understanding of the behaviors involved, people can be more proactive, rather than reactive, spend less time taking things personally and make better choices that lead to collaboration.

We assist our clients in assessing conflict styles and implementing effective strategies to work with and resolve conflict.  Through our coaching and conflict management workshops, you, your employees, and teams can all maximize performance.

Contact us to learn more about how we can help you see your team dynamics thrive!