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Conflict; Your Ultimate How-To Resource List

Conflict is basically a disagreement between people and applies to all settings such as within families, between siblings, friends, within workplaces, teams or between nations.

Forming a consensus is the least violent method of reaching an agreement and decision making and should be strived for, despite taking more time and effort then a simple majority rule.

Never allow your own stress or impatience to get in the way of building quality relationships where everyone's interest is considered.


Sesame Street: Robin Williams: Conflict - YouTube

Robin Williams and the Two-headed Monster demonstrate the word "Conflict." - Just because I love Robin Williams :-)

Conflict Resolution Skills

A basic 101 on understanding conflict and how to handle it.

My Conflict Board on Pinterest

For all my fellow pinners

Flexing Your Emotional Muscle In The Workplace | Conflict Center l Blog

By Nikki Sterling, Mentor Trainer & Organizational Consultant at The Conflict Center

Conflict Resolution

8 steps for conflict resolution from the office of human resources at University of Wisconsin

Conflict Resolution Network

12 Conflict Resolution Skills

Conflict Resolution - Effective Conflict Resolution Techniques

Conflict resolution skills are vital to the health and longevity of a relationship. These research-backed conflict resolution tips can help spare you the stress of unresolved conflict in your relationships, and enable you to create more lasting harmony! Try these simple and effective conflict resolution techniques!

A Guide to Formal Consensus

A handbook on Formal Consensus decision making, the least violent decision making process.

Seeds for Change - Consensus decision making

Consensus decision making is a creative and dynamic way of reaching agreement between all members of a group. Instead of simply voting for an item and having the majority of the group getting their way, a group using consensus is committed to finding solutions that everyone actively supports, or at least can live with.