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🎧 The Key to Building Successful Team and Work Relationship
Podcast Sales Recruiting / PodCast / Jan 28, 2020 / Posted by Craig Weber / 1581

🎧 The Key to Building Successful Team and Work Relationship


When the phrase “conflict the workplace” gets brought up, many people would deem this a negative thing, conjuring up images of vocal frustrations, HR meetings, and disruptions with emotional and other consequences. However, Craig Weber has a different idea of what conflict looks like in business, and encourages it, when done correctly. In this expert sales interview, Weber, interviewed by John Golden, explores how to create conflict in the workplace in order to learn and grow as an individual and an organization.

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About Author

Craig Weber helps people and teams improve their performance by treating dialogue as a discipline. The author of the bestselling books. Craig is on a mission to empower people striving to make their workplaces and communities a better place. To do this, he’s teamed up with an alliance of experts and organizations committed to helping people build more healthy, engaged, and adaptive organizations

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Craig Weber provides managers and team leaders with the communication tools they need to ensure that the team remains on track even when dealing with its most troublesome issues, responds to tough challenges with greater agility and skill, and performs brilliantly in circumstances that incapacitate…
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The acclaimed author of Conversational Capacity shows you how to exercise more effective leadership—and find deeper purpose and meaning—by building your ability to engage in open, constructive, learning-focused dialogue when it counts.
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