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Conflict tends to have a negative connotation based on our experiences, but it does not have to be this way. When we seek to understand, we communicate that we care enough to work through difficult situations and determine how to make things better to reduce stress, promote communication and enhance teamwork.

It's easy to say that to get respect, we need to give respect. When we ask ?how' we do that, the answers are a bit more elusive and challenging. In our experience, it's difficult to respect coworkers if we don't value what they bring. Many tangible solutions for valuing others as well as actions for demonstrating respect in the workplace are provided in this document. Implementing as many of the solutions as possible on multiple levels ensures success in recognizing and realizing improvements that potentially transform the workplace culture and work environment.

With this tool you get the following:

* The effects a lack of respect has on team members.
* Considerations for why an individual is demonstrating a lack of respect.
* Numerous solutions for improvement.
* Ideas for negotiating/adjusting solutions.
* Potential barriers and ways to overcome them to achieve resolution.
* Implementation timeframe.
* Follow-up review commitments.

Additionally, we provide a blank, editable Conflict Resolution Worksheet and the Worksheet Guidelines providing a step-by-step process for addressing your own workplace conflicts.

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