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Managing Conflict for Success and Development

Managing Conflict for Success and Development

Today’s leaders, at all organizational levels, face many sources of conflict. For example, the growing tendency for organizations to rely on geographically dispersed teams (groups whose members are separated by time and distance) creates special relationship challenges for managers, especially when it comes to leading direct reports. Those global challenges are related to everything from the simple difference in time zones to the more formidable differences of culture (which affects everything from work habits to communication), and can easily spawn tension.

Another area of potential conflict lies in the context of the contemporary organizational contract, which was created in a climate of layoffs, rapid technological change, and increased worker mobility. Conflict can also arise from competing priorities at home and work, both for you and for your direct reports.


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