Meaningful confrontation is never easy but conflict is often necessary if you want to stick up for your rights at work.
Whether the confrontation is over shared credit, irritating coworker habits and approaches, or to keep a project on track, sometimes you need to hold a confrontation with a coworker. The good news is that while confrontation is almost never your first choice, you can become better and more comfortable with necessary conflict.
Rhonda Scharf brings a tried and true method for necessary confrontation to the table. You'll find her tips invaluable as you approach conflict and confrontation in your workplace. Overcome your fear of confrontation and conflict by learning to pursue them effectively.
Confrontation and Conflict Resolution
For additional ideas about conflict resolution, see:
- Ten Tips to Encourage Meaningful Conflict
- Tackle Annoying Employee Habits and Issues
- How to Hold a Difficult Conversation
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