Positive Confrontation? Confrontations in today's office can't be avoided, but they can be managed. What you need, says this expert, is to approach such distasteful situations with an attitude of not "How can I win?" but "How can both of us win and the company benefit?" The goal is to focus on the entire team winning, not simply one point of view.
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