How To Manage Conflicts In The Office

This 2 minute safety training video covers: What are the different sources of conflicts, dealing with the conflicts in the workplace, what causes conflicts in the office, what are the different types of conflict, common types of conflict, how to resolve conflicts in the workplace. This clip was taken from a full-length training video. Click here to watch the 17 minute full length version.

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Atlantic Training's Conflict Resolution in Industrial Facilities DVD program discuss the techniques and strategies that can be used to limit the damage and disruption conflict can cause in the workplace. They show employees that when difficult situations are dealt with in a calm and unemotional way, compromise and collaboration are possible… and a lot can be gained from resolving a conflict. Topics covered in these products include:

Conflict Resolution in Industrial Facilities DVD Covers:

  • How To Manage Conflicts In The Office
  • The consequences of conflict and how it can disrupt the workplace.
  • How resolving workplace conflict is an integral part of everyone's job.
  • The common causes of workplace conflict and how to recognize them.
  • Diffusing disagreements before they get out of hand.
  • The damage that escalating conflict and violence can do to an organization.
  • How collaboration can be a valuable tool in resolving conflicts.
  • How to apply proven conflict resolution techniques and strategies.
  • and more!
  • Click here to watch a FREE full-length 17 minute preview.

Video Transcript

There are many sources of conflict in the workplace, detecting them is usually the easy part. Communication breakdown, staffing, priorities, cost in financial objectives, pressure, differing expectations, personality conflicts, personal problems, administrative procedures, inadequate interpersonal skills. Conflict is normal, causes are diverse and range from administrative factors to personal problems, not all conflict is out in the open, an open and honest environment encourages a sense of safety and support.