In PLAY NICE in Your Sandbox at Work, Ron Price provides tips and techniques for conflict management so you can have more peace and productivity with less drama, turmoil and conflict in your workplace. You’ll learn how to avoid conflict with your team members and co-workers when possible and appropriate. You’ll also gain skills in conflict resolution to successfully navigate through disputes you believe cannot or should not be avoided, and still maintain healthy relationships after the conflict has been resolved. Did you ever get into a dispute, conflict or disagreement with a co-worker that did not end on a positive note?
Have you ever lost a friendship with someone over what you considered to be a trivial matter?
Have you ever wished you could avoid disputes from coming into your life – or better manage those conflict situations that cannot be prevented?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’ll be glad you found this book.
If you answered no, you may want to see if there is a local chapter of Liars Anonymous in your area.
We are all so different in some respects and so similar in others. One commonality we share is the desire to get along well with co-workers and enjoy our work. Most, if not all, of us have from time-to-time gotten upset with a co-worker and found ourselves in a dispute we really didn’t want or need at the time.
Unfortunately unresolved conflict can steal our joy and make our work life a negative experience. In PLAY NICE in Your Sandbox at Work you will learn how to get along better with people who have been a challenge for you in the past. Differences can be strengths if we know how to handle them and this book will help equip you to do just that.
Few things can destroy workplace morale quicker than conflict between staff members or between management and staff. Since we typically spend more awake time with co-workers than family members, it should not surprise us that disputes and misunderstandings will occur and occasionally blossom into full blown conflict. Without adequate conflict management skills, these blowups can have negative, sometimes disastrous effects on all concerned.
We have all known, or heard of, people storming off the job following an argument that could have been avoided or handled better if the participants only knew the material contained in this book.
Have ever wished you knew:
- How to get along better with the difficult members of your team?
- How to not get caught up in other people’s disputes?
- How to maintain your composure and resolve differences?
- How to keep small things from escalating into conflict?
- How to get what you need from others without hurting your relationship with them?
- How to be a better negotiator?
- How to help others resolve their disputes?
If these scenarios resonate with you, then keep reading and soon you will have a better handle on conflict.