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Navigating Conflicts in the Workplace with Jerry Fu, Founder - Adapting Leaders

Season 2, Ep. 55

In this episode of The Thrifty Marketer Podcast, we sit down with Jerry Fu, the founder of Adapting Leaders, to discuss the critical topic of navigating conflicts in the workplace. Conflicts can arise in any workplace, regardless of the industry, size, or culture. Therefore, it is essential for professionals at all levels to develop effective communication and resolution strategies to manage these situations.

Jerry shares his insights on the common causes of conflicts in the workplace and how they can be prevented. He also discusses the role of emotional intelligence in conflict resolution and how to communicate effectively with colleagues to resolve issues promptly.

Throughout the episode, Jerry provides practical advice on approaching and managing conflict situations effectively. He also shares some of his experiences in navigating workplace conflicts and the lessons he learned along the way.

Whether you are a manager, team leader, or individual contributor, this episode provides valuable insights on navigating workplace conflicts and creating a more positive and productive work environment. Tune in to learn how to develop effective communication and resolution strategies and become a more effective leader in your organization.

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