How to encourage confrontation and highlight disagreements?
How to deal with tense situations, which are more common in times of crisis?
How to break the taboos surrounding conflict in the workplace?
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According to a recent study, 44% of employees, managers and leaders had a bad experience of the period of confinement.
Exacerbated stress, mental fatigue, lack of recognition, all of which did not contribute to maintaining a perfect understanding within the teams.
Today, these difficulties are not yet behind us. Remote working remains the norm for some employees, creating potential mismatches. Not to mention the economic crisis that seems to be taking hold for a long time.
At Talentis, we observe that communication is more difficult within organisations and that teams have difficulty tackling certain subjects. As meetings are still mostly held remotely, misunderstandings and unspoken words are becoming more frequent. Messages are sometimes incomplete or even contradictory, there is less sharing of feelings, little feedback, etc.
Is it really possible to continue like this in a period of lasting crisis ?
How can we encourage confrontation and highlight disagreements?
How to manage tense situations, which are more numerous in times of crisis?
How to break the taboos about conflict in the workplace?