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12 Best Books To Read On Conflict Management

Conflict is an inevitable part of life today. How you react to conflict, however, is paramount to how successful you will be in both your personal and professional life. This being said, conflict management and resolution is a skill, and like every other skill, you can improve your ability to deal with conflict through practice and knowledge.

Here are the 12 best books to read on conflict management.

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#1 Resolving Everyday Conflict by Ken Sande & Kevin Johnson

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The information is distilled down to essentials, quickly equipping readers with tools they need to bring peace to their relationships.

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Contributors: Derek R. Iannelli-Smith from Outsourced CIO, LLC

#2 The Peacemaker by Ken Sande

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This is a comprehensive and practical theology for conflict resolution designed to bring about not only a cease-fire but also unity and harmony.

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Contributors: Derek R. Iannelli-Smith from Outsourced CIO, LLC

#3 Changing the Conversation by Dana Caspersen

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This book is full of excellent information about the unhelpful things we tend to do during difficult conversations and how to choose a better path. I feel like I want to repeatedly study this book and encourage as many people as possible to read it. Also, the design of the book is simple and beautiful.

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Contributors: Michelle Glauser from Techtonica

#4 The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni

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This book, a fictional fable, outlines the positive and negative ways teams interact and engage in conflict both healthy and unhealthy. Chances are, businesses and employees will see a bit of themselves in each of the characters.

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Contributors: Keri Lindenmuth from KDG

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