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Understanding Conflict

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    Narasamah N.
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    Narasamah N.

    the understand the conflict tone of the meeting discuss the conflict and negotiate to a win-win situation

    Narasamah N.
    MY
    Narasamah N.

    conflict to avoid is the personal conflict in the interest of the organisation and also the employee

    Alfred Itegbemie O.
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    Alfred Itegbemie O.

    Is it possible for people to work together without conflict, if no, how can we avoid conflict?

    Garba Abubakar M.
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    Garba Abubakar M.

    Is conflict always Bad?. Conflict is not always bad, our respond to conflict determine it good or Bad.

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