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The Top 3 Causes of Conflict in Family Businesses & How to Begin to Diffuse It

My first career was in architecture. My father was an architect and it came naturally to me as well. Right out of college, I took a job at a local firm that specialized in school design. Because I had interned with my dad during my college years, I was able

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Workplace Bullying: A Growing Problem with Invisible Injuries

When you think of bullying, do you automatically think of kids on a playground? If so, you may need to rethink your paradigm.Bullying isn’t just a problem for children. It’s a serious problem in the American workplace today. According to a 2007 Zogby / Workplace Bullying Institute poll: 37% of

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Posted in Conflict Prevention, Conflict Resolution, Team Conflict

Devaluing Others in Conflict

I’ve written previously in Pushing Back Entropy about my personal contention that devaluation of others always precedes conflict in the form of direct or indirect attack. Listening to Ron Price explain axiology this morning, that process became a bit clearer for me. So adding to what I’ve said previously, let

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Posted in Conflict Prevention, Conflict Resolution, Diversity