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Have a Nice Conflict: How to Find Success and Satisfaction in the Most Unlikely Places by Kent Mitchell, Michael Patterson, Tim Scudder

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GETTING FEEDBACK

List your top six strengths and their definitions using the Portrait of Personal Strengths you completed. Ask at least three people who are important to you (i.e., spouse or significant other, boss, direct report, or key coworkers or customers) if they might be willing to give you some honest feedback. Explain that you are working to become more effective in your work and personal relationships and better at managing conflict. The conversation can be as brief as only 5 minutes. Further explain that you sincerely want their candor and you promise not to hold anything they say against them. Make sure that the conversation is private ...

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