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Conflict with Direct Reports Is a Special Case

Conflict with Direct Reports Is a Special Case

Conflict at work can arise for many different reasons between you and your boss, you and your peers, and you and your direct reports – in short, between any two or more people who may not share the same vision, personality, tactics, or culture. But conflict between you and a direct report is a special case that highlights two particular areas. One, it brings into play the working relationship between you and your direct report and affects how that relationship is built, maintained, and managed to achieve results. Two, it affects the work itself – the management of tasks and the strategies for achieving goals for which you and your direct report share responsibility. In either case it’s important for you to see both sides of the conflict.


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