Conflict resolution

Goldsmith, Marshal
October 1999
Executive Excellence;Oct99, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p17
Discusses conflict resolution in the workplace. Eight paths to the transformation to conflict resolution; Positioning to engage in conflict constructively; Need to negotiate collaboratively and not aggressively in managing conflict.


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