What is a good conflict resolution technique for employees?

Talk together. Work it out. Compromise. If you cannot do this, consult your employer.

Are you talking about conflict resolution among employees or between employees and employers?

Elizabeth's suggestion are good as far as they go, but you need to specifically define what the conflict is, so you can discuss it. In other words, as specifically aspossible, what is the problem that you want to solve?

It is much better to be assertive rather than aggressive or passive.


Some persuasive techniques are better than others.


I hope this helps a little more. Thanks for asking.

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