Conflict: Handling Differences in Groups and Teams

by Mel Hensey, P.E., (F.ASCE),

Part of: Collective Excellence: Building Effective Teams


Many group leaders and members say they have a terrible problem with conflict in their groups, meetings, and discussions. Conflict is indeed a significant problem in many types of organizations, including churches, government services, hospitals, and healthcare teams. Conflict management professionals (e.g., mediators) as well as manufacturing, engineering, design, construction, and mining organizations also experience a great deal of conflict.

Subject Headings: Dispute resolution | Construction engineering | Team building | Religious buildings | Public services | Professional societies | Personnel management


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