Conflict without Casualties

A Field Guide for Leading with Compassionate Accountability

Learn how to turn conflict from an experience to be avoided into a partner for positive change.

By Nate Regier, PhD Read by Jeff Hoyt Business Development / Management & Leadership / Nonfiction English, Unabridged 6h 14m Sell Sheet
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5 Audio CDs Mon Apr 24 00:00:00 UTC 2017 39.99 29.99 9781520072012 Add to Cart
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Description
							Most organizations are terrified of conflict in the workplace: handled incorrectly, conflict becomes drama, which is costly at all levels, and reducing conflict before it becomes drama has only limited effects. Because of this, conflict seems an inevitably negative force-but according to Nate Regier, that isn't true. He argues that conflict is something that can have positive or negative outcomes, and he uses this book to show how to harness its positive potential. By relying on what he calls the Compassion Cycle-a process that allows leaders to balance compassion and accountability-Regier argues that conflict can be transformed into a growth experience that enables significant gains in energy, productivity, engagement, and overall satisfaction in relationships.
Reviews

"Conflict without Casualties fills a gap by showing leaders at any level how to leverage positive conflict. Practical, insightful, challenging, relevant." - Dan Pink, New York Times bestselling author

"...introduces the concept of compassionate accountability - holding someone, including yourself, accountable while preserving one's dignity. His strategies are effective at work and at home - at every level. Don't shy away from conflict; face it with creativity and compassion and watch things change for the better." - Ken Blanchard, coauthor of Collaboration Begins with You