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During a normal business meeting, two employees see a solution to a problem  and feel that their way is the only way for the company to proceed. They are  passionate to prove their point and they set forth on explaining to everyone their  ideas. This conflict has arisen because two individuals see things differently and  both are trying to present their case in the best possible way. When a conflict  situation like this is discovered, it is important to identify it and see what positive  actions may be taken from each individual’s ideas. Clearly list out the possible  outcomes of each plan and see if there is a way to compromise and join the two  ideas together into a single, beneficial result. There might very well be no way to  see that both issues get resolved, but it is important that the group feels  comfortable to bring up different perspectives and ideas for everyone. If everyone went along with the norm, there might be stagnation within the group  and people would not feel the desire to change anything. The company might not be able to ‘grow’ financially. If an individual feels they can contribute a new idea  in a better way, it can only lead to good things. Imagine a group where two ideas  were not identified and no new issues were discussed. There would not be any  conflicts, but at the same time, no new, and possibly better ideas would be  uncovered. Identifying conflicts within a group is relatively easy and can be dealt with in  various productive ways. However, what does someone do when they  experience personal conflict with someone else? If someone is allowing personal opinions and feelings to influence their job performance, that is something which  must be identified and handled immediately. Maybe an individual does not like  the way someone dresses, the kind of car they drive, the kinds of hobbies they  enjoy or other non-work related issues. These personal differences can become  great conflicts throughout the company, if they are not identified and handled  properly. Interpersonal conflicts are probably the number one issue within society. They  can influence our lives both professionally and personally. This type of conflict  can be identified in all aspects that we experience. One can let a personal  grudge contribute to their workspace and this type of negativity can lead to a  non-beneficial work process for the entire company, if it is not properly identified.
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