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Management Conflicts Get Better or Worse for 2 Key Reasons

Conflicts abound in a management career. Managers inevitably will have conflicts with staff, bosses, peers, customers and other departments or divisions. Resolutions often depend quite a bit on two key principles in negotiations and interpersonal relations.

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I have seen countless management conflicts during four decades in management and management consulting…




What are the best practices for leaders and managers? How can they become more effective? This publication explores those questions.

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Scott S. Bateman

Scott S. Bateman

Scott S. Bateman is a journalist and publisher. He spent nearly 3 decades in management including 2 major media companies. https://www.PromiseMedia.com

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