Question: What’s one of the 14 proven ways to end conflicts between top-performing team members?
Answer: ‘Get to the real root of the problem.’
“It’s important to address the root of the problem rather than just the potential symptoms that may be causing issues. The root causes of the problem could be much different than the issues they are butting heads over. If you address the root causes, both parties have an opportunity to express their concerns and resolve the deeper issue at hand. “
– Jessica Hawthorne-Castro, Hawthorne Advertising
For the full article go to “14 proven ways to end conflicts between top-performing team members” at The Business Journals.