Tag Archives: conflict resolution

Word of the Day

The term flexible work environment can mean different things to different people. For some, it means being able to work from home a few days every week. For others, it means being able to adjust their work hours. There is … Continue reading

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Embrace a Four-Day Workweek?

Our goal is to respond to every client inquiry in four hours or less. And we’ve been able to fulfill all of that while taking the Fridays off. So I would give it a definite yes. I think of when … Continue reading

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Conflict of Interest

I work for a large corporation. Over the last five weeks, while we’re all working remotely during the stay-at-home orders, the number of meetings scheduled outside normal business hours has increased. It’s as if people just assume everyone is always … Continue reading

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How to Fight Fair In Relationship

Q: All couples argue, and my partner and I are no exception. How do you define a fair fight? What is a productive way to disagree when one’s a yeller and one shuts down?   Conventional wisdom tells us it … Continue reading

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Coach Cries Foul

I am a high school teacher and fifth-grade basketball coach. I was recently coaching a fifth-grade practice when a disgruntled parent walked into the gym with 10 minutes left to go and started harassing me. He got into my face … Continue reading

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