Most people don’t understand why, and this frustration usually continues and causes high inefficiency in the workplace. Let’s imagine that the coworkers understood each other. What if they knew that people with high Passion aren’t suited for tedious tasks? Or if they knew that Alert types like to feel active by assigning tasks and scheduling? While our system isn’t intended for conflict resolution, let’s explore the effect it has on conflict.
Conflict Resolution in the workplace
Sometimes coworkers don’t mesh, and this causes frustration.
The Fascination Advantage System promotes understanding of yourself and others.
Our system does not help mediate or deescalate conflict, but we find that teams who take our test take less frustration in others. When before someone might get angry at another’s “quick and fast” approach, now you might see that they are just someone who works in broad strokes. In this instance, someone who has an eye for detail would be helpful for this task or project. Focusing on the positive, rather than the negatives creates a more effective team.
How can you get started?
Your High Performing Team can identify your team’s optimal roles. Once you understand how the 7 Advantages drive communication, you’ll understand how your team members see you, and how they use the Advantages themselves. Your High Performing Team guides you through several exercises and work materials to help everyone bring the most to the table. Knowing your communication styles helps stop conflict resolution.
Stop conflicts before they start.
"You don't learn how to be fascinating. You unlearn boring."
- Sally Hogshead
How do certain leaders immediately earn our respect and loyalty—
but others go ignored?
It all comes down to communication. The old rules of communication are out. Do you know what the new rules are? Once you understand how the 7 Advantages drive communication, you’ll understand how your team members see you, and how they use the Advantages themselves. When you have identified an employee’s personality Advantages, you’re more likely to motivate them, attract them, retain them, and connect with them.