….where, of course, the R (Resistance) is a constant.
When was the last time that dissatisfaction, a vision for change and quantifiable first steps were greater than R in your organization?
Conflict as a process is change.
But people in organizations become so comfortable with the outcomes of the conflict process—that is disputes—and their outcomes—that is dysfunction—that R remains a constant.
Think back to your immediate family.
How long has R been around about conflicts that matter?
Now, in an organization, where familial ties do not bind, how much stronger—and constant—is R when it comes to real, meaningful innovation?
You know, the kind that involves people, not software…
Jesan Sorrells, MA
Principal Conflict Engagement Consultant
Human Services Consulting and Training (HSCT)