What do Companies Should Avoid at all Costs

Published on by Lena Moss

Imagine a scenario where you are the CEO of a company. You have a lot of employees working as a team on different divisions, all working harmoniously. Then, out of nowhere, fights, arguments, and all kinds of conflicts arise out of nowhere. What do you do?

 

First and foremost, we should take a look at the possible reasons why the scenario mentioned above happened. There are a lot of factors that could have caused the incidents to happen. But, to keep things simple, let us cite four reasons why. Here are the reasons why the scenario could have possibly happened and why companies should avoid them at all costs:

 

·         Miscommunication – in every organization or relationship, whether it is parent to child, mother to father, mother to children, your girlfriend or boyfriend, your workmates, classmates, friends, or any random person, we should always communicate properly to avoid conflicts. Conflicts arise simply because both parties fail to communicate properly. If both express their thoughts and feelings in a non-intrusive and calm way, surely there will be a peaceful consensus, thus avoiding conflict.

 

 

 

·    Stress – when we talk about stress, it covers a lot of terms and meanings that it differs from person to person. People may perceive something as stressful, while others may not. We all have our own stressors that are unique to us. That is the reason why we should do our best to avoid being the stressor to anyone, because disrupting the peace and concentration of an employee is a bad move.

 

 

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