Human conflict happens in any situation where facts, desires or fears push or pull participants against each other or in divergent directions. Conflict can be unpredictable and is inherently part of what happens when you have multiple people interacting at any given time, especially in the workplace. Human relations in the workplace are a major part of what makes a business work. Workplace conflict can happen unbeknownst to the boss and upper management, and it can run its co
Conflict is an inner state in a level of consciousness that most of the time can be very unconscious. It manifest in the outer world, and few stop to think or ask "how did I get here?" or "how did this happen?". It is most natural that we do not see how the conflict we are experiencing outside of ourselves, most likely got created first inside of you. our personal blockages and how are we, some how, responsable for part what we create The greatest gifts you could ever give
In November 2014, the San Diego Union Tribune informed the community of the new state law taking effect Jan. 1, 2015 that now included in the trainings of Sexual Harrassment an addition to include workplace bullying. The hopes is to curb that behavior at the start and make the organizations more aware of the damaging effects bullying has on the employees. The legislation, authored by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, D-San Diego, requires that employers in California with 50 or
People react to conflicts in different ways. The way a person tends to react to conflict is referred to as that person’s conflict management style. The five basic conflict management styles are generally described with the following terms: competing, avoiding, collaborating, accommodating and compromising. What is your conflict management style?
You may not even think about what your conflict management style is until suddenly you find yourself in a tense situation where yo
Interview made by colleague Jeson Sorrells, with Human Services Consulting. Our guest today is Yvette Durazo. She a bilingual conflict resolutions specialist and she coaches, and asks questions in two languages. We talked about lines and boundaries on this episode of Earbud_U and we forget that lines are powerful. They demarcate. They separate. They serve to—as my mother would say—fences that make good neighbors. But, our world is in the process of changing, right? Boundaries
Lawyers are no longer the “go-to” professionals for problem-solving; instead, they are often seen as an expensive way of escalating a conflict. Corporations have started to opt out of the traditional dispute resolution system, instead they realize that conflicts deplete energy, resources, focus and at its worst it permanently destroys relationships. Litigation almost always produces these results. The shift of thinking has led to quest for better ways to anticipate problems,