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Constructive Conflicts: How to Get Hot Without Getting Mad

Constructive Conflicts: How to Get Hot Without Getting Mad

Adam Grants explains two types of conflicts:

  1. relationship conflicts, and
  2. task conflicts.

Task conflicts are constructive by nature. In relationship conflicts, it takes great respect for each other for such conflicts to be constructive. 

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