Join Bob McGannon for an in-depth discussion in this video On conflict resolution, part of Insights from a Project Manager.
- You know, certainly this is going to vary…from instance to instance, culture to culture,…and I mean country culture and corporate culture.…But there seems to be a common denominator with me…that I have found works for me.…And that is your ability to crisply and cleanly…put truth on the table.…And not mistaken, not making the mistake…that your truth is the truth.…I have a set of experiences.…
I have a set of perspectives.…I have a set of expectations…that have been placed on me by my management.…The person with whom I'm negotiating…has a different set of experiences.…May have a different set of motivators…and a different set of expectations…that their manager is placing upon them.…To the greatest degree I can...…on a project.…I want to put all of that, my truths, on the table,…and invite the person that I am working with…to do the same thing.…
If we do that, the whole negotiation and the outcome,…the answers, the potentials that come about…as a result of that…are as rich as they possibly can be.…Now, I say that on the basis that most,…
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