Several Times We Could Have Avoided Crisis and Conflict in Organization
AbstractCrisis and Conflict are manifestation of human activities resulting from differences in their behaviour, belief, culture, etc. The consequence often results in a breakdown in organization’s activities. Perhaps, the bone of contention here is that of the inability of the organization to put in place preventive measures or rather have an efficient communication network model to relate with employees on a regular basis. Often times management are opportune to avoid these conflicts before they occur, rather they adopt “I don’t care attitude” when dealing with issues relating to conflict. The extent to which we can avoid crises therefore depends on the management style of individual leader. Until the organization concentrate on a collective effort at preventing crisis and conflict, the goal of achieving peace and harmony in the workplace will continue to be a mirage.
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