Conflicting Communication Training

Tuesday, 18 April 2023 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM AWST

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Tuesday, 18 April 2023 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM AWST

Communication, cooperation are two essential elements of the workplace. In fact, they are the basis of most workplaces. The constant stream of communication is the continuous exchange of ideas and information. This is how an individual or group of people will use or make use of their task. The bond of cooperation between individuals in a group is the willingness to work in a coordinated and collaborative way that allows members to concentrate on one goal of many, delegate labor, and get more done in less time or meet deadlines.

There are many reasons why people can disagree, argue, or get into arguments with one another. These challenges are part of the workplace environment and are not necessarily a problem. However, they can bring criticisms and lessons which can be used to your advantage in the long-term. A conflict can have many negative consequences if it is not properly expressed or displayed. This could be anything from hurt feelings to property damage, physical altercations, or even a disruption in the workplace.

Conflict can occur between parties and can have serious consequences if it is not resolved or dealt with in a fair, respectful, or destructive manner. Conflicting Communication Training will help to resolve these issues.

The workplace is like a huge, powerful machine. To function, it relies on efficient communication and cooperation. Like any machine, each component can be upgraded to improve its performance, efficiency, or capacity. Although the workplace may look like a collection or parts of machines, it is actually a group of people with different knowledge and experiences who are all working towards a common goal. They will need constant, consistent information to make informed decisions and adjust their work as necessary to achieve these goals. While conflict is inevitable in situations where people work together, it is not necessarily a bad thing. Conflict Communication Training will show participants how to maintain the flow and resolve conflicts properly, and possibly even achieve positive results despite clashing.

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