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Posts Tagged ‘disagreement

28
Jan

  In my previous post, I focused on the importance on factoring in the emotional aspects of an issue when your team is struggling or experiencing conflict.  If you didn’t read that post, start there first. Once you are convinced that emotions are data to be understood and deliberately factored in to business debates, try […]

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11
Jun

“95% of the time, two smart people with the same goals and the same facts will come up with the same plan. So I tell my team to spend their time figuring out if they have the same goals and the same facts before arguing about what to do.” That’s a gem that came from […]

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16
Mar

This is the second part of a post inspired by a guest post I did for Tanveer Naseer’s blog.  The guest post and the first and second installments of this post explore how your biases and prejudices about your team members affect the quality and tone of conflict.  If you haven’t read the first half, […]

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12
Mar

I recently wrote a guest post for Tanveer Naseer’s great leadership blog.  In it, I explore how your biases and prejudices about your team members cause destructive conflict.  You can read the full post here. Writing that post gave me the idea to play out a typical workplace scenario in two different ways.  In this […]

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05
Feb

How often have you heard someone say “just to play the devil’s advocate?” I’m a big fan of the devil’s advocate role when used properly, but even I cringe when this expression comes to mean “Everybody fasten your seatbelts, I’m about to be a jerk.”  That’s what happens when aggressive people use the devil’s advocate […]

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04
Sep

How many times have you heard a teammate say something that was exactly what you were just about to say?  You pat yourself on the back and think “hey, I was going to say that.” Often in these situations, we use that old adage “Great minds think alike.” That’s exactly what happened to me while […]

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17
Jul

In my upcoming book, You First: Inspire Your Team to Grow Up, Get Along, and Get Stuff Done, I talk about the five things you can do to change your team for the better.  The first of these is to Start with a Positive Assumption.  As team members, we each have a responsibility to overcome […]

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28
Apr

This is the second of a two part blog on getting conflict right.  This one is for you if you’ve been accused of being aggressive or a bully.  If you wouldn’t hurt a fly, read the first in the series on how to overcome your conflict avoidant tendencies–it’s here. Most people struggle to find that […]

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24
Apr

  I’m preparing for a session with a team that has significant conflict issues. Half the team is engaging in personal, nasty, and divisive conflict. The other half of the team is disengaging and hiding from the conflict. Both are major issues. It is a great reminder that most of us are struggling to find […]

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