Conflict Management

We live and work in a competitive society, when competition becomes unfriendly or bitter, though, dishonesty, misunderstandings, disagreements, or dislikes, conflict can begin - and this can bring out the worst in people.

A conflict is a situation when the interests, needs, goals or values of involved parties interfere with one another, and is a common phenomenon in the workplace. Different stakeholders may have different priorities; conflicts may involve team members, departments, projects, organization and client, mangers and subordinate, organization needs vs. personal needs. Often, a conflict is a result of perception and/or deception. Disputes between employees are inevitable. But if left unresolved, they can disrupt your productivity, sap morale and even cause criminal behavior, and the loss of good employees

At Everest Investigations we offer a comprehensive conflict analysis assessment and a broad range of conflict management services tailored to the needs of our clients, our models stem from the work of the UCLA, Managerial Negotiations Program, which is an adjunct of the UCLA John E. Anderson Graduate School of Management as well as the Conflict Analysis Course designed and taught by The United States Institute of Peace. The underlying theories focus on a process that is optimal in outcome, proficient in communication and that builds strong working relationships.