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Becoming a Conflict Competent Leader

Author : Craig E. Runde
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The Second Edition of this classic resource on conflict resolution combines research, conceptual models, practitioner experience, and stories that highlight the core conflict competencies. The book underscores the importance for leaders to develop the critical skills they need to help them, their colleagues, and their organizations deal more effectively with conflict and move their organizations forward. This new edition expands on the conflict competence model, includes new tools and techniques, shows how to develop conflict competent teams and organizations, and offers a new online assessment.

Developing Your Conflict Competence

Author : Craig E. Runde
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A practical resource, this book combines tips, checklists, exercises, and stories to outline concrete processes that improve the way leaders, managers, and anyone within an organization responds to conflict. Beginning with a series of questions and self-diagnostics, the authors show you how to: maintain emotional balance in the face of conflict; implement constructive communications techniques; help others deal with conflicts that are causing organization problems; establish norms for handling conflict; use specific approaches for addressing conflict more effectively. "A must-have guidebook for the new age of global business. This book shows every leader how to turn feelings of fear into feelings of safety, suspicion into trust, and competitiveness into collaboration." --Jim Kouzes, coauthor of the best-selling book The Leadership Challenge and Dean's Executive Professor of Leadership, Leavey School of Business, Santa Clara University "Craig Runde and Tim Flanagan use their vast experience to give us Developing Your Conflict Competence. Move beyond negative workplace conflict to positive and constructive outcomes with the simple tools and suggestions in this must-read field guide!" --Marshall Goldsmith, best-selling author of What Got You Here Won't Get You There, Succession: Are You Ready?, and the upcoming MOJO "I've read the authors' first two books, Becoming a Conflict Competent Leader and Building Conflict Competent Teams. Their latest book pulls it all together by providing models, examples, and thought-provoking insight. It will be required reading for my senior management team." --Deborah Jallad, president/chairman, Accredited Surety and Casualty Company, Inc.

Building Conflict Competent Teams

Author : Craig E. Runde
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Understanding how to cool down, slow down, and engage the naturally occurring conflicts among team members is critical to the ultimate success of a team. With this book, your team and its members will gain a deeper understanding of how conflict emerges and how to respond in ways that will leverage conflicts to their advantage. Team members will learn the importance of establishing a safe team climate, agreeing on processes to guide interactions, and use of constructive communication skills in order to develop a conflict competent team. As the authors say, conflict is not to be avoided, but embraced and explored. This often results in new, previously unimagined opportunities, solutions and results. The authors include stories, interviews, and examples that provide entertaining and thought provoking insights. They dedicate one chapter to techniques and processes for addressing team conflict that has gone awry. Runde and Flanagan also include useful tips and tools for assessing your team?s current state of conflict competence and suggestions for addressing the challenges of today?s virtual and geographically dispersed teams.

Management Des Strat gies D couvrir

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Managing Conflict Dynamics

Author : Sal Capobianco
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This development guide provides practical advice for people wanting to improve their responses to workplace conflict by increasing their use of constructive behaviors while reducing destructive ones. It also provides help with cooling down "hot buttons" - behaviors in others that tend to trigger conflict in individuals.

Leading Forward

Author : Tim A. Flanagan
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Explains the four dimensions of effective leadership for leaders in the public sphere There is a wealth of advice available for corporate leaders, but little in the way of leadership guidance for those in government agencies. Leading Forward fills that gap by providing a development framework and assessment tool based on the four dimensions of effective leadership—empowerment, fairness, leaders, and supervisors. These four dimensions are critical competencies that leaders must develop in order to succeed now and in the future. Based on years of working with agency leaders at all levels of government and the latest assessment data from the Office of Personnel Management, this practical resource includes a review of the current core leadership competencies and a detailed look at the gaps between actual and expected execution. Offers unique and uncommon leadership guidance for those in the public sector Includes examples, exercises, techniques, and case studies, as well as interviews with past and current leaders Ideal for government agency executives and students in leadership and professional development programs Leading effectively in a government agency is different than leading in the private sphere. Leading Forward offers a practical and effective framework for developing great leaders for the public good.

Hold on to Yourself

Author : Judy Zehr
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In their important new book, Judy Zehr and Julia Menard introduce emerging scientific insights into the emotional and spiritual challenges of conflict. More importantly, they provide readers with a wide range of highly practical exercises to help them better deal with these personal challenges. CRAIG RUNDE, coauthor Becoming a Conflict Competent Leader Through their new book, Julia Menard and Judy Zehr have made the neuroscience of conflict understandable and accessible to all, as well as providing valuable tools for shifting unhelpful patterns and behaviors during the most challenging of conversations. For anyone that finds themselves involved in heated conflict, this book offers effective insight into turning the temperature down. PETE SPERLING, FMC Certified Family Relations Mediator The title of this book by Judy Zehr and Julia Menard says it all Hold On To Yourself as it is the key to supporting both yourself and others during times of conflict and stress. This book is filled with the art, heart and science of how to thrive during times of stress and conflict. This book helps you create a win-win during conflict and beyond. LYNDA MONK, MSW, RSW, CPCC, Coach, Speaker & Founder of Creative Wellness Have you ever had one of those conversations you thought was going along fine, but then all of a sudden, something goes terribly wrong? You begin to lose your cool, or the other person does. You no longer feel understood, a struggle begins, and you start to feel awful. You are not alone! You are simply experiencing the tendency to lose control when conversations get hot. Its not you and its not them; its your survival wiring. Hold On To Yourself How To Stay Cool in Hot Conversations offers a simple explanation to the science behind this universal experience and provides easy to use tools to help you stay connected to yourself when communication gets rough.

The Competent Leader

Author : Peter B. Stark
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This 330-page how-to toolkit allow leaders to self-assess and improve core non-technical competencies. Action planning guides facilitate transfer of new knowledge to the workplace. This is the perfect resource for any leader and can be referred to time and again. It is easy to use, focused, and provides the key information every leader should have.

Blundering Leadership

Author : Tamara Arnott
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This book presents real-life leadership scenarios that resulted in negative outcomes; discusses missteps to avoid; reviews current leadership literature relevant to the scenarios; and provides leadership tips, tools, and self-development exercises in order to aid new leaders in making fewer mistakes that alienate constituents and subordinates and increase the likelihood of failure.

Proceedings of the Annual Meeting National Academy of Arbitrators

Author : National Academy of Arbitrators. Meeting
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The British National Bibliography

Author : Arthur James Wells
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Adaption innovation

Author : Michael J. Kirton
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Kirton outlines the central concepts of Adaption-Innovation theory (A-I theory), including the processes of problem solving, decision making and creativity.

The Complete Idiot s Guide to Motivating People

Author : Michael Ramundo
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Offers advice and techniques for supervisors and employers on methods for motivating employees, and discusses incentives, satisfaction, and discipline

A Police Chief s Handbook on Developmental and Power Management

Author : Donald G. Hanna
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Seeing the Lighthouse as Simple as the ASBC

Author : Michael R. Thirtle
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The Air and Space Basic Course (ASBC) was chartered in 1997 to address concerns presented by Air Force leadership at the Fall 1996 CORONA Conference held at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado. At the CORONA meeting, senior Air Force policymakers including the Secretary of the Air Force (SAF) and the Chief of Staff of the Air Force (CSAF), desired to remedy five deficiencies observed within the Air Force officer corps: a lack of understanding of the Air Force Core Values, a lack of appreciation for the Air Force Core Competencies, the inability to responsibly advocate how 21st century aerospace power can contribute to success in joint military operations, the existence of careerism among officers from different commissioning sources and air force specialty codes (AFSCs) a misunderstanding of the importance of the teamwork concept within the American military.

Learning to Manage Conflict

Author : Dean Tjosvold
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Sociological Practice

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The Cristero Rebellion and the Religious Conflict in Mexico 1926 1929

Author : David Charles Bailey
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From My Scrap Book of the State of South Carolina

Author : Merlene Hutto Byars
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International Online Information Meeting

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