Workplace conflicts can be stressful as hell. They can easily wreak havoc with your productivity, your career, and your sanity!
If you are in the middle of a workplace conflict, this might sound familiar...
Have you found yourself dreading Monday mornings like you just never used to? Does the prospect of having to work with certain individuals keep you awake at night, eyes open, staring at the ceiling?
You might not even know why you are reacting the way you are and why you can’t stop thinking about it. But you are.
What you decide to do about the conflict will have a big impact on both your stress levels and how the conflict plays out. So whether you like it or not, you want to do your part in resolving the conflict.
The question then becomes WHAT to do and HOW to do it?
Luckily, when you do have the right tools and the necessary understanding, dealing with conflicts becomes much easier.
Getting this understanding and learning these tools is simple.
The difficulty is in finding this information.
You can find bits and pieces from blog posts, conflict resolution books and online courses. But none of them give you the big picture.
And all of them are incomplete.
Most conflict resolution solutions are missing an important step... and thus are designed to either fail completely or make the whole process slow, complicated and stressful.
Let’s start by examining how we usually approach solving conflicts.
In Finland, we have a saying “perse edellä puuhun”. It literally means trying to climb up a tree with your butt first.
It is a metaphor for doing things in a manner that is more complicated than necessary. It is possible, for sure, but there are much easier ways of climbing up a tree.
And so it is with resolving conflicts.
There is the traditional, difficult, stressful and complicated way.
And then there is the easier way. I call it the Plan B.
What is this missing step?
What is the right order to resolve conflicts?
What makes Plan B so much easier?
To answer these questions in detail, I have put together a free report:
The plan b approach to
resolving conflicts at work
In this free report you will find:
A SIMPLE EXPLANATION OF WHAT THE MISSING STEP IS
AN OVERVIEW OF THE PLAN B APPROACH
and how it works
information on how to reduce conflict related anxiety in minutes instead of days
The report is completely free and you will get instant access by filling in the form below.