A Stanford University study of CEOs in 2013 found that the skill set CEOs felt they needed most was conflict resolution. One way to define conflict is “our inability to collaboratively solve problems with other people.” If CEOs really want to understanding conflict resolution, what they really need to know is how to inspire managers […]
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