Conflict Resolution Process

[kon-flikt rez-uh-loo-shuhn pros-es]

Definition of Conflict Resolution Process

A process that resolves issues resulting from disagreements, disputes, violations of Team Norms or Values, and so on. A Conflict Resolution Process should: 1) be fair and legal; 2) have an escalating series of steps (negotiations, agreements, discussions, sanctions, punishments, etc.) that 3) ultimately lead to removal from the Team, expulsion from the Organization, or worse.

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"Conflict Resolution Process" Accessed Jun 22, 2024.