Leadership & Managing Conflict

Where people perform at the best of their capacities, organisational conflicts occur. This is the consequence of diverse interests, differing intentions, and e.g. misperceived communication. These conflicts can easily be turned around toward productive input.

The question is: How do you manage conflicts productively?

Managing conflict productively

‘Productively’ to us means: using the conflict and the reasons of its occurrence to accomplish the business goal you have set. Our expertise is to help you manage conflicts in this way.

In managing conflict we show you how to combine business execution with leading through the conflict, while accomplishing your business goals.

As a result we guarantee a much more effective cooperation. The cooperation will focus on the results and the business goal, instead of the constraining focus on the conflict.

Conflicts = underused potential

Organisational conflicts are a clear, but underused sign that better results are within reach. We assist our clients to identify this potential.

We advise you on how to handle the conflict productively.  You achieve outstanding results as a consequence. Incidentally the quality of life and the cohesion in the organisational culture will improve as well.

Executive coaching in managing conflict productively

In our coaching and advice we focus on enabling you to acquire the experience and personal credibility to lead people through conflict.

First we enable you to deal with the effects of conflicts as you experience them personally. Especially this personal aspect is of critical importance and often insufficiently addressed. Next the attention is on how to handle conflicts productively.

Find more about our background and experience by reading about us, and about our take on executive coaching.

We regularly write articles about aspects of managing conflict on our blog. Have a look to learn more about our approach.

Are you interested in how you can manage conflicts productively?

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