6. Conflict prevention
What appears to be a problem with a person, is usually a problem with a situation. Conflicts seldom arise solely from personal chemistry. Instead,conflicts are more likely to occur in situations marked by unclear goals, inequitable workloads, ambiguous roles, unfair decision-making processes, inadequate feedback, and unresolved problematic behaviors. You don't need to be friends with everyone at work. Instead, prioritize aligning with shared goals, understanding roles, and focus on the work that needs to be done instead. By proactively identifying situations that can potentially lead to conflicts, you can prevent them from happening.



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