[A leaders' Must-know] Teamwork dysfunction level 2 - Fear for conflict



Maintaining a certain amount of healthy conflicts is great for your team. There are two types of arguments: healthy and unhealthy arguments. If you discuss and argue to find out a solution, to come to a conclusion, a result that puts the team in the best interest, it's a healthy argument.


On the other hand, if you just argue because you are angry or to prove that you're right (because of your ego), it's not a healthy argument.


If your team always has fear for conflicts, it will result in lacking ideas for the team and an artificial harmony rather than constructive passionate discussions.


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