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Conflict Resolution: In the Workplace and Beyond
Did you know that a little conflict in your office today can shut down your entire operation tomorrow? That is no exaggeration! Workplace conflict costs. It starts by reducing productivity and employee health. It will finish your business by reducing customer loyalty and profitability.

In this self-paced course you will learn how you can avoid conflict from developing, and methods you can use to resolve conflicts that are occurring and affecting your workplace.

Enroll today and learn how to put a stop to it now.

What is conflict?

Conflict is a disagreement between two or more parties. Although the dictionary may assert that the word "conflict" is synonymous with the word "fight," practical usage suggests that there is a difference. "Fight" suggests a combat - perhaps a conflict that degenerates into two people punching each other. "Conflict" - in a business setting - suggests less physical activity. Both can be harmful, however, to the people engaged.

Conflict can arise over the slightest thing in a business setting, and can escalate into a major confrontation between several factions. Although nations, businesses, churches and families all participate (and succumb) to conflict, we will primarily focus on the conflict that can occur between parties in a business setting: Specifically, we will be looking at conflict that happens within a company.

You may be involved in a conflict in your family or church - two common places where conflict can also occur - and you will get something out of this material. However, please be aware that it is primarily designed for business conflict situations. If you are experiencing conflict between your business and a vendor, or your business and a client, you will also find this content useful, but it may not all apply. Take away what you can from this course, if that is the case.

Why It Happens

No two people are alike. Each one of us brings our very own "world view" with us wherever we go. This world view has been developed by:

Our childhood experiences

Our economic situation

Our family life or home life

Our current health situation

Our overall health

Our education

Our hobbies and interests

Our entertainment choices

Our friends and relatives and other relationships

Our background in similar situations

Our self-esteem

Our assumptions of the other person (or people) involved

Our concept of ourselves

This list may seem long, but there are, in fact, hundreds or even thousands, of other factors that can play a significant part in our attitudes and assumptions. With every interaction we make, whether it is buying gum at a convenience store, getting pulled over for a speeding ticket, negotiating a pay raise with our boss, or going out on the town with some friends -- how we act is defined by how we think; and how we think is defined by our attitudes and assumptions.

Real-life example: One woman was attacked by a dog when she was a child. Although there was no permanent physical scarring, she was emotionally scarred. From that point on, she never liked dogs, whether big or small. Even as an adult, she would show fear around some of the smallest dogs, even though they could not hurt her. The memories she had affected her world view.

Real-life example: One boy was raised with a very strict father. Although never abused, the boy was disciplined strictly. The boy grew up, and when he became a father, he vowed to never raise his child like he was raised. As a result, he gave his own children little discipline and they became very rebellious. His background and his attitudes about discipline affected his world view.

Every moment of every day, our attitudes are being formed and re-formed. Not every attitude we develop is a rational idea, and it is sometimes decided based on faulty information or emotion. (The Nazi world view during World War II would be one example of this.)

If we all had the same world view, there would not be any conflict. However, we do not share world views. Each person's world view is as individual as their fingerprint. As a result, no one sees the same thing exactly the same way. Here is a visual example:

Depending on where the person is, they will have a different view of the cube. One person sees a flat plane, because they are looking at the cube straight-on. Another person sees a square, because they can perceive more than one angle and can make some assumptions. A third person sees a diamond, because they are looking at the square at exactly the angle that makes it appear to extend out from a low point. Lastly, another person, who is a little higher up, sees several angles and realizes that it is a cube.

Exercise: Ask a group of friends to (individually) tell you about a movie they have seen. Do not let them hear the other people's interpretation of the movie. You will get a variety of viewpoints: Some people will focus on the plot; others will focus on the characters or relationships; others will talk about specific details; still others might describe some of the more exciting moments of the movie. In all, you will quickly learn that everyone can spend two hours watching the exact same movie, but no one will ever truly see the same movie.

As a result of our differing world views, we have conflict. Each world view informs our work ethic, it builds assumptions for us, it helps our decision-making skills, and it helps us to understand concepts and ideas.

Unfortunately, since everyone's world view is different, our work ethics will be different, our assumptions will be incorrect, our decision-making will not be the same as other people's, and we may misunderstand (or differently understand) the same concept.

And that's why business conflict arises: because no two people are alike. But we often forget that other people experience or understand things differently from ourselves, and instead, we set our expectations based on how we experience and understand something. When it does not turn out the way we expected, that is the beginning of conflict. (Please note, we are not talking about selfishness here; we are talking about meeting our expectations.)

Types of workplace conflict

There are several types of workplace conflict. We have mentioned some in an earlier paragraph: Here is an exhaustive list of workplace conflict:

1. Horizontal conflict (between two people at approximately equivalent levels on the organizational chart)

2. Vertical conflict (between two people who are at different levels on the organizational chart -- like a supervisor and subordinate, or even between people who are not in the direct reporting line)

3. Outward conflict (between a person or persons in a company, and people or persons who are vendors or customers)

4. Inner conflict (This may surprise you, but it is a real situation in business.)

5. Mixed conflict (This might be a group of people in a company conflicting with a supervisor and with a vendor.)

It is also important to note that this conflict can be between:

One person versus one person

One person versus two or more people (a group)

One group versus one or more groups

Several groups versus several other groups

The more people you add into the mix, the more likely there will be conflict. and the more likely that conflict will be prolonged and intense.

The first half of this course will primarily address the first type of business conflict -- horizontal conflict -- and will address it to all numbers of people, from one-on-one, to groups-on-groups. Some of the principles you learn here will apply to the vertical conflict, as well as outward conflict and inner conflict.

This course will help you to analyze the conflict, design ways to resolve it, and promote methods in your business to avoid conflict altogether.

Ultimately, conflict needs to be resolved; it cannot simply be ignored in the hopes that it will go away, because the conflict itself may fizzle out in time, but the underlying emotions and attitudes remain and will act like a poison in your company.

Analyze conflict

The first step is to analyze the conflict. When you detect a conflict is in place, it is (unfortunately) too late to avoid it (which is something we will also cover in this course). When conflict arises, it needs to be dealt with.

In order to analyze the conflict, you need to ask yourself a few questions:

1. Am I involved in this conflict in anyway? This includes being a direct participant or being influenced by the outcome of the conflict itself.

2. How am I affected by the conflict, or its outcome?

(Answering these two questions will help you to remain objective as you attempt to solve the conflict.)

3. What is the task that is supposed to get done during which the conflict has arisen? (Perhaps it's a group that is meeting to develop a new service, and they can't decide on the service, or maybe the conflict arose simply during the course of normal business practice).

4. Who are the people directly involved in the conflict? On what sides do they fall?

5. Is this conflict a horizontal, vertical, outward, inward, or mixed conflict?

6. What are the main points of each side of the conflict?

Deal with conflict

It may come on you to mediate. Sometimes conflict requires one of the members of the conflict to mediate, and sometimes a neutral third-party mediator needs to come in. If you are going to mediate, you need to be very honest and clear in your influence over the results of the conflict. If you are influenced at all -- in any way -- you may still be able to mediate, but your position as mediator is greatly disadvantaged by your own world view.


Conflict is a disagreement between two or more people and it is the result of differing world views. There are many types of conflict, but in a business setting, there are typically types: horizontal, vertical, internal, external, and mixed. These types of conflict can be between one person, or several people and another person, or several people -- that is, between individuals or groups.
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Lesson 1: Types of Conflict - Conflict in the Workplace

This lesson will analyze conflict- what it is and why it occurs so often in the workplace.In addition, it will explore the types of conflict that occur in the workplace and how to deal with them. 22 Total Points
  • Lesson 1 Video
  • Complete: Assignment 1: Different Worldviews
  • Complete Exam: Types of Conflict

Lesson 2: Workplace Conflict/Consequences of Conflict

The consequences, both financial and personal, of conflicts will be evaluated. Personal costs, workplace costs, and legal costs are studied. 42 Total Points
  • Lesson 2 Video
  • Review Article: Costs of Conflict in the Workplace
  • Complete: Assignment 2: Costs Analysis
  • Complete Exam: Consequences of Conflict

Lesson 3: How to Resolve Conflicts in the Workplace

This lesson will review the basic structure (the eight steps) needed to establish a conflict resolution. 52 Total Points
  • Lesson 3 Video
  • Complete: Assignment 3: How Would You Now Resolve a Conflict?
  • Complete Exam: How To Resolve a Conflict

Lesson 4: Workplace Conflict/What To Do When Resolution Doesn't Work

This lesson will provide some tips on what to do when the resolution doesn't work. 2 Total Points
  • Lesson 4 Video
  • Review Article: How to Fire People With Bad Attitudes
  • Complete: Assignment 4: Resolution Failure

Lesson 5: Workplace Conflict/Using Positive Communication

This lesson will tell you how to prevent conflicts from developing altogether, by practicing some positive communication techniques. 2 Total Points
  • Lesson 5 Video
  • Review 2 Articles: Workplace Communication Skills; The Positive Effects of Face-to-Face Communication in the Workplacel
  • Complete: Assignment 5: Positive Communication:

Lesson 6: The Nature of Conflict--How and Why People Conflict

A conflict with a spouse, partner, boyfriend or girlfriend, parent, child, sibling, good friend, or a new friend will cost us much more emotionally in the long run if it goes unresolved, than those we have with random strangers. 12 Total Points
  • Lesson 6 Video
  • Review 3 Articles: The Nature of Conflict; Recognizing High Conflict People; Betrayal and Trust
  • Complete: Assignment 6
  • Complete Exam: The Nature of Conflict-How and Why People Conflict

Lesson 7: Personal Conflict/How To Resolve the Seven Most Common Forms Of Personal Conflict

In this lesson, you will be given clear solutions to the conflict examples given in Lesson 6. These solutions can be applied to similar types of conflicts that may occur in your life. 12 Total Points
  • Lesson 7 Video
  • Review Article: Managing Conflict, Work and Life
  • Complete: Assignment 7
  • Complete Exam: How To Resolve The Seven Most Common Forms Of Personal Conflict

Lesson 8: Personal Conflict/Using Problem-Solving Techniques To Find Inventive Ways Of Resolving Conflict

In this lesson, you will learn some basic problem-solving techniques that work very well with personal conflict resolution. You will be provided with clear examples of conflicts, and several inventive ways in which to resolve them. 10 Total Points
  • Lesson 8 Video
  • Review 2 Articles: Problem Solving Skills; conflict resolution skills
  • Take Poll: Personal Conflicts
  • Complete Exam: Using Problem Solving Techniques To Find Inventive Ways Of Resolving Conflict

Lesson 9: Personal Conflict/How to Mediate Conflict Between Others

This lesson will deal solely with being a mediator, that is to say, someone who is good at resolving personal conflict between others. 12 Total Points
  • Lesson 9 Video
  • Review 2 Articles: How to Mediate Employee Arguments; Gender, Conflict and Conflict Resolution
  • Complete: Assignment 9
  • Complete: Quiz 9 - How to Mediate Conflict Between Others

Lesson 10: Personal Conflict/What to do if the Opposing Party Refuses to Participate in Resolution

Most conflicts between family and friends can be resolved with a little effort, as has been shown in this course; however, there are some instances when the other party refuses to allow a resolution. 80 Total Points
  • Lesson 10 Video
  • Review Article: BATNA
  • Take Poll: Your Opinion Matters: Course Rating
  • Take Survey: Course Comments
  • Take Survey: Program Evaluation Follow-up Survey (End of Course)
  • Complete: Quiz 10-What to do if the Opposing Party Refuses to Participate in Resolution
  • Complete: The Final Exam
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Learning Outcomes

By successfully completing this course, students will be able to:
  • Describe the types of conflict that occur in the workplace.
  • Describe the consequences of conflict in the workplace.
  • Know procedures to resolve workplace conflict.
  • Know steps to take when conflicts are not resolved.
  • Know ways to stop conflict from arising in the first place.
  • Define why people conflict in the first place.
  • Describe the most common techniques to resolve personal conflict.
  • Describe ways to mediate conflict between parties.
  • Describe what steps to take when both parties refuse to resolve their conflicts, and
  • Demonstrate mastery of lesson content at levels of 70% or higher.

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Course Title: Conflict Resolution 101
Course Number: 7550238
Languages: English - United States, Canada and other English speaking countries
Course Type: Professional Development (Self-Paced, Online Class)
CEU Value: 0.7 IACET CEUs (Continuing Education Units)
CE Accreditation: Universal Class, Inc. has been accredited as an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET).
Grading Policy: Earn a final grade of 70% or higher to receive an online/downloadable CEU Certification documenting CEUs earned.
Assessment Method: Lesson assignments and review exams
Instructor: Dr. Dennis Mithaug
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  • "I thought the descriptions of different types of conflict were very helpful. I also enjoyed the lesson that gave resolutions to the conflicts....The instructor was very nice, and was quick to grade my work. I appreciated his input." -- Ericka M.
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