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It’s time to get excited with conflict!
So totally uplifting to read professor Ralph Stacey’s blog on the paradox between conflict and harmony! And yet challenging. Yes, I share his view that our strive for and over-emphasis on harmony is leading us into sticky group interactions where real differencies in opionion or experience have no chance to come up and lead to new beginnings and true innovation! But since conflict is SO challenging to most of us, we need to work on our own relationship to conflict to become less challenged and more apt to lead through conflicts. Avoidance of conflict is not the solution. If you are inspired to go deeper in this topic – welcome to join our workshops on “Process leading and conflicts”. Take a look at our website to find out more.
Read Ralph Stacey’s blog here: http://complexityandmanagement.wordpress.com/