Transitioning to the future of work can create conflicts in otherwise healthy work teams. Without a conflict resolution strategy, teams can endure long-term overt and covert disputes, damaged performance and morale, and increased turnover.
Conflict resolution continues to be a challenge for many workplaces, especially as they move towards the future of work. Effective negotiation can provide a structured approach to resolving conflicts and strengthening relationships in work teams.
Learn the strokes of an effective negotiation process, how to switch from a competitive to a collaborative mindset, resolve conflict and transition your team successfully to the future of work.
- Why Negotiating Is Just Like Doing Squats – Jean-Nicolas Reyt, Master Negotiators
- How to Negotiate Anything in 3 Simple Steps – Jean-Nicolas Reyt, Master Negotiators
- The Truth About Negotations, by Leigh L. Thompson
If you're interested in taking an in-depth look at remote teams, join our seminar on Virtual Teams, for a more tactical view on maintaining a remote workforce.
Jean-Nicolas Reyt is an Assistant Professor of Organizational Behaviour (OB) at McGill University in the Desautels Faculty of Management. He received a PhD in Management from Paris-Dauphine University. Prior to joining Desautels, he was a visiting scholar at New York University. Professor Reyt's research focuses on the relationship between the distances people consider (e.g. when working remotely) and important work outcomes including creativity, exploratory learning, and interpersonal influence. His research has been published in top management journals, such as the Academy of Management Journal, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, and the Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior.