Join Scott Blanchard for an in-depth discussion in this video Dealing with conflict, part of Stepping Up to Leadership.
…David Witt: Hey, now another thing that comes up too related to that is conflict.…I'm guessing a lot of times people let conflict kind of continue…on a team or on an individual basis, and they don't address that.…Any specific advice for dealing with conflict effectively?…Scott Blanchard: You know there's a woman named Eryn Kalish, who I love.…And she's been studying conflict and, and helping people for years.…And con, conflict and trust are very similar.…And what happens is, is a conflict occurs. Meaning people have different goals and…something, feelings, you know, happen. And people have, they have an upset.…David Witt: Okay.…Scott Blanchard: And and what, what typically happens is the conflict is…avoided and then people kind of act as if it didn't happen.…
And then, it doesn't go away.…What it does is it sort of goes underneath.…It kind of festers and then again it rears its head and this time it's this big.…David Witt:…Scott Blanchard: And then what happens is, is the conflict is, is avoided once again.…
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