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The workplace can be a breeding ground for conflict. Whether you are trying to deal with a workplace bully, a toxic work environment or if you want to understand the next wave of incoming employees and how their generation fits into your company, learn how to get what you want—even when you are engaged in conflict.

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miscommunication

The greatest amount of conflict stems from the simple miscommunication of ideas, words, or intentions. The common problem that I see in companies that have not updated their communication policies or structures and their staff is not trained on how to have a difficult or uncomfortable conversation. Because of this, when issues arise, it seems as if the problems are happening all at once. I can help  your team in stopping miscommunication. I offer a presentation on how to have a difficult conversation, giving your staff the tricks and tools to avoid assumptions and miscommunication.

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Generational Conflict

Generational Conflict arises whenever the interests of one generation collide openly with those of another. In the quest for finding an ideal company culture that best motivates employees, generational conflict is currently a hot issue in many leadership and management publications.

For the first time in our history, three generations are occupying the workplace in large numbers. This large numbers of different mindsets makes generational conflict ripe. If  you’re looking to improve your company culture to satisfy employees of multiple generations, I can help.

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Rejection & failure

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