As people interact with each other in a workplace and set out to achieve overlapping goals, distress and conflict is likely to arise. In fact, workplace conflict is very common in human care service provision as caregivers, professionals from different disciplines, other stakeholders, direct staff, and supervisors work with each other. Effective leadership involves surfacing workplace conflict and successfully navigating challenging conversations to achieve resolution for all parties involved in conflict. Therefore, effective conflict management is an essential skill for every leader. Learn how to approach conflict, take others’ perspectives, find common values, problem-solve to identify workable resolutions, and strengthen relationships.
Download the materials from the 37th Annual TxABA Conference. This event was presented by Dr. Ellie Kazemi, BHCOE Chief Science Officer.