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Managing Conflict with Your Boss

Successful managers seek out, build, and maintain effective relationships with others. Managers who derail or are otherwise sidelined during their careers often mishandle interpersonal relationships. One common problem related to relationships is unresolved conflict with a boss or showing unprofessional behavior related to a disagreement with upper management.

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  • Publisher: CCL Press
  • Stock Number (Print): 416
  • Stock Number (eBook): 416e
  • ISBN Number (Print): 978-1-882197-70-5
  • ISBN Number (eBook): 978-1-60491-722-2
  • Author: Davida Sharpe, Elinor Johnson
  • Copyright: ©2002
  • Number of Pages: 30 Pages

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Managing Conflict with Your Boss, CCL Press, 2002
What Is Conflict? 7
Why Managing Conflict Is Important 7
Managing Conflict with Your Boss 10
Clarifying Expectations
Sharpening Your View
Lessons of Experience 24
Seven Steps toward Managing Conflict 25
Suggested Readings 28
Background 29
Key Point Summary 30

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