Resolving Conflicts
STEP 3: Arrange a place and time to talk
Since there is considerable emotion in any conflict, the ability to focus is important. Choose a time and a place convenient to both parties where they can focus attention on resolution.
Sometimes it is useful to find an environment
different from the setting where the conflict arose. For example, you might suggest a walk outside (if weather permits), or sit at a picnic table. Get away from distractions, such as those at work.
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