confronting conflict

Confronting Conflict

When Rob and I began to work through a conflict it felt like we were getting ready to rumble. You could almost hear the echoing voice of the announcer. As our early clashes proved, that’s not a healthy way to confront the issues. Learn to Assume the Best At times, Rob and I assumed the worst about one another, not the best. As one of our other partners at Credera, David Dobat, has said, “In
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Humility in Conflict

Let’s talk about the importance of humility in conflict resolution. Humility is one of our core values at Credera. But it has to be practiced and lived out for others to believe it’s not just a stated value. Humility is not thinking less of yourself, rather it is thinking of yourself less. This is important because humility is key to turning conflict into opportunity.   Look to the Greater Good Conflict isn’t about winning. It’s
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Conflict is Opportunity

Conflict has nearly torn our company apart. Learning to embrace it has made us the company we are today. It’s the most challenging and rewarding thing we’ve ever done at Credera. I’m exploring conflict and how it can be an asset to every company. It’s not an easy path, but it’s been a valuable one for Credera. Hello Conflict Conflict erupted early on between Rob Borrego and I. We started working together in 2004 when
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