Retreats can resolve workplace conflicts

GETTING ALONG: Mary O’Sullivan, owner of Encore Executive and Professional Coaching in North Kingstown, said if a retreat focuses on how to improve teamwork, as an organization, the structure should be as small as possible because dysfunctional teams can still find common ground in a smaller setting. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
GETTING ALONG: Mary O’Sullivan, owner of Encore Executive and Professional Coaching in North Kingstown, said if a retreat focuses on how to improve teamwork, as an organization, the structure should be as small as possible because dysfunctional teams can still find common ground in a smaller setting. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
Workplace dysfunction takes many forms. Conflicts between co-workers, or between manager and employees, are among the most common. Sometimes, they’re relatively hidden. They show up in the form of sick days and employees who leave sooner than expected for another job. Sometimes the conflict is visible. People may react quickly to slights in the workplace…

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