Conflicts at Work

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How To Resolve Conflicts At Work

It is a complete no brainer but when two vibrant minds, booming with ideas collide, there are bright chances of an explosion. Fights at work are bound to happen and that does not make you the bad guy. What makes you Mr. Adjustment is the way you deal with that minor misunderstanding with your colleague. It is extremely important to handle conflicts at the work place in an extremely civilised manner as it can affect your reputation at the firm and you might have to carry that tag all along. So if you are in a similar fix, we tell you a few sensible tricks that can be used to resolve conflicts at work. Nip it in the bud

It is best to solve issues right at the beginning rather than letting it blow up into a big issue. And you definitely don’t want to be subject for the lunch table discussion, right? The more time you take to solve your differences, the more number of people will get talking about your tiff. This will only lead to miscommunication making the office atmosphere ugly. So, it is best if you confront that co-worker as soon as you see things going in a wrong direction. Communicate

Communication is key to lot of things. So, go and talk out your issues. Ask the co-worker his side of the story. Make sure that when you talk, you don’t add fuel to the fire by bringing up old issues. Also, watch your body language and make sure it's not threatening to the other person. Remember to keep your voice low too. Be as soft spoken as possible and avoid the blame game completely. When trying to communicate your problems, it is extremely important that you keep all these things in mind as one wrong sign can lead to a bigger fight. Analyze

Once you communicate with your co-worker about the issues either of you have, it is time to analyse the situation. Understand the reason behind this anger. Was it you who over reacted to something he didn’t mean? Do not put all the blame on your colleague as it is also possible that you fell prey to...
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