Thoughts and Insights by Michael Gregory

June 18th, 2021

June 18, 2021, Michael Gregory’s Weekly Leadership Roundup

Leadership, Collaboration, Conflict Resolution  

June 12th, 2021

Build trust to enhance collaboration and conflict resolution

In the book The Collaboration Effect trust is presented as part of the foundation for both collaboration and conflict resolution. Here the focus is on trust and being trustworthy. What can you do to enhance trust and promote trustworthiness with others to promote collaboration and conflict resolution to address disputes?

June 11th, 2021

June 11, 2021, Michael Gregory’s Weekly Leadership Roundup

Leadership, Collaboration, Conflict Resolution  

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June 6th, 2021

This is how to resolve remote conflicts at work

With people working remotely the opportunity for miscommunication, misunderstanding, and conflict is greater. Avoiding these types of conflicts and addressing these types of conflicts appropriately and timely is key to promote alignment and collaboration. What follows explores the situation and provides some insights to help you in these situations.

June 4th, 2021

June 4, 2021, Michael Gregory’s Weekly Leadership Roundup

Leadership, Collaboration, Conflict Resolution  

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May 29th, 2021

Here is how to improve your negotiation, collaboration, and mediation skills

There are many articles and books on negotiation and over 50 blogs at my web site related to just negotiations., but are you aware of what your brain needs as a foundation to make you a better negotiator, collaborator, and mediator? It turns out the same things you need for a healthy brain to enhance your skills are the same things you need for your body too. These techniques can help you remain sharp as you age too. Read on to learn more.

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May 27th, 2021

May 28, 2021 Michael Gregory’s Weekly Leadership Roundup

Leadership, Collaboration, Conflict Resolution

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May 24th, 2021

This is how can you collaborate with people you do not like at work

You may have to work with someone you don not like. So how can you work with difficult people, overcome any disputes or conflicts, and work collaboratively with one another? This may involve listening, empathy, and leadership on your part. This may involve some self-examination to see if maybe you might be part of the problem. This article explores a number of areas for you to consider so that can work collaboratively with people you do not like.  In the end we all have to sometimes work with people we would really rather not have to work with, but the task has to be completed and you going to have work this with that person. So now what do you do?

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May 21st, 2021

May 14, 2021 Michael Gregory’s Weekly Leadership Roundup

Leadership, Collaboration, Conflict Resolution  

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May 18th, 2021

This is how to engage with others and build connecting relationships

The Collaboration Effect is all about finding ways to collaborate with others for better outcomes. A key element for collaboration with others is parties engaging with each other. Leaders know this and foster collaboration. The Collaboration Effect is all about connecting relationships, listening actively, and educating judiciously to build bridges and negotiate closure This article takes a deeper dive into reaching out to others, engaging with others, and finding ways to really connect based on their needs.

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