Posted by Literary Titan
DIY Conflict Resolution by Nance L. Schick Esq is an illuminating book that provides effective conflict resolution skills that can be employed in various situations and with different kinds of people. The author explores conflict in the corporate world, communities in neighborhoods, marital discord, as well as others, and provides actionable advice that readers can put to use to improve their lives.
DIY Conflict Resolution is the kind of book every manager, administrative officer or just any leader needs to have. I love the idea of being your own Chief Resolution Officer. The solutions given by Nance L. Schick are logical, practical, and easy to understand. I like how the author talks of bringing conflicting parties together. One can tell that Nance is experienced and has been in situations where disagreements were solved amicably. One major lesson I learned from the book is to put emotions and bias aside when trying to bring conflicting parties to agree. The author gives a step-by-step guide on how to wisely mediate a clash and how to make peace where there is none.
I really appreciated the practical approach to problems that Nance L. Schick shares in this personal development book. By the end of the book, you get to understand the significance of being neutral and learn how to listen more before taking any action. This book is also short, concise, and factual so we’re never bogged down in details or fluff.
I would recommend DIY Conflict Resolution to anyone that would want to learn a bit of human psychology as they go about resolving conflicts and bringing warring sides to an agreement. The author’s views are objective and the solutions given for every issue highlighted are realistic. This is a fantastic guide for leaders in their organizations, or someone who wants to get a better handle on themselves and in their personal lives.
Pages: 82 | ASIN: B00R8GVQ16
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