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How can team conflict be reduced?

Summary Introduction

To determine: The ways through which team conflict can reduced.

Introduction: Team Conflict is a relational issue that happens between at least two individuals from a group, and influences consequences of collaboration, so the group does not perform at ideal levels.

Explanation

The ways through which team conflict can reduced are as follows:

Conflict traditionally has been seen as negative, nevertheless, if took care of appropriately, struggle can work to enhance a group. For instance, if two colleagues differ about a specific choice, both may break down the circumstance all the more intently to decide the best decision...

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