Tag Archives: Conflict Resolution
Posted on 19. May, 2011 by Paul Andrew.
Tweet Real leaders surround themselves with people who challenge them, not people who worship them. You can tell a lot about a leader by the sort of people they surround themselves with. Often the conversations on this subject focus on the calibre of those you have in your inner circle, and I agree with that [...]
Posted on 26. Jul, 2009 by Paul Andrew.
Tweet I picked up a nasty flu a few weeks ago, but afterwards I found out that I been keeping myself sick by taking cough medicine. It sounds ridiculous that cough medicine could actually make you sicker, right? Day after day I dutifully took my foul-tasting cough syrup but my condition only got worse. It [...]
Posted on 06. Apr, 2009 by Paul Andrew.
Tweet More often than not the struggles we deal with as leaders revolve around the ways in which people are different. Perhaps two team members have very different communication styles or personality types. Or maybe we’re mediating disagreements between middle managers with opposite concepts of what it means to be a leader. People are different, [...]
Posted on 02. Feb, 2009 by Paul Andrew.
Tweet Conflict is a fact of life when you lead teams. It can be addressed in a way that minimises the pain that conflict creates for people, leaving the team intact and the focus on the future. On the other hand we’ve probably all experienced the devastating damage that teams are plagued by when they [...]