Building a culture of Healthy Conflict

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Conflict is a natural and inevitable part of working in teams, and as leaders it’s important to understand how to recognize and resolve both unhealthy and healthy conflict. In my experience, understanding the difference between these two types of conflict, and how to move between them, is key to creating a productive and collaborative team environment.

In my course, Building a Culture of Healthy Conflict, I’ll cover the negative impacts of unhealthy conflict and the positive impacts of healthy conflict. I’ll discuss how to recognize and understand the differences between the two, and how to move from an unhealthy to a healthy conflict. I’ll also provide a worksheet to help you move from an unhealthy conflict to a healthy one.

Healthy conflict is essential for teams to thrive, and I believe that it’s one of the most important skills for leaders to develop. It’s how we can make a positive impact on our teams and our organizations, and I’m excited to help you build the skills to do just that.

Without a culture of Healthy Conflict in an organisation we don’t allow people to bring their thoughts up to be discussed without fear.

This course teaches you:

  • The negative impacts of Unhealthy Conflict
  • The positive impacts of Healthy Conflict
  • How to recognise the difference between Unhealthy Conflict and Healthy Conflict
  • How to encourage a Healthy Conflict
  • Tips on how to move an Unhealthy Conflict to a Healthy Conflict

Tutor bio

Andrew Murphy combines his 17 years of professional software engineering experience with a passion for leadership and communication skills. His main focus is on how we can be better technical leaders and developers by focusing on learning the skills most of us ignore – communication and leadership skills.

Originally from the UK but now based in Australia, Andrew has consulted, performed workshops and developed software for clients across the UK, Australia, New Zealand and the United States.

Technology in all its forms is part of his makeup and so he codes, speaks, writes, teaches, makes, games and listens to all things geek.