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Conflict-Radar for your team

How the Conflict-Radar can support you:

  • Recognizing the conflict competence of your team
  • Learning to deal with conflicts in a team
  • Improving communication in the team

This is what users of the Conflict-Radar say:

★★★★★

“Practical and really clear. The four areas outlined can be answered quickly and the Conflict-Radar provides a good overview. Great!”

Lars S., group leader

★★★★★

“Thanks for the Conflict-Radar, Liliane! At first my team didn’t really want to use it. But then we all filled it in and were really amazed at how similar our assessments were in the team and at which points they diverged extremely. That provided a good basis for discussions. “

Claudia F., team leader

★★★★★

“We have never dealt with conflicts in such a structured way. I became more aware that you have to deal with both small or large conflicts in a team all the time. It is better to talk about it earlier than when it becomes huge and then there is usually nothing left to solve. “

Valentin P., Scrum Master

Do you know how well your team is able to handle conflict? Is there “humanizing empathy” in your team? Do you have misunderstandings, frictions, violent exchanges of opinion and also have tangible conflicts arising from time to time?

Dealing well and productively with occurring and existing conflicts in a team is one of the most demanding tasks in Team Management.

In times of the corona pandemic, this task did not get any easier, as most teams have been working virtually with each other for weeks and communication has changed as a result. As a manager, you currently have much less insight into how the mood in the team is and how teamwork is going.

Social togetherness is often virtually neglected.

If there are disagreements, there are few informal ways to resolve them. You no longer run into each other unintentionally, for example at the coffee machine. Many things remain unsaid for longer. Disagreements harden and conflicts arise.

How are conflicts currently being dealt with in your team? Are conflicts visible or do you have the feeling that they are somehow hidden and not really tangible? How are they dealt with when they occur? How do conflict discussions work? And what is left in the end, a viable solution or broken glass?

Take some time to understand the status of the conflict management skills in your team.

With the help of the Conflict-Radar, you can see the strengths and weaknesses of your conflict management and receive specific starting points from where you can improve your communication in conflicts!

You can use the Conflict-Radar in several ways:

Would you like to get a glimpse of your own conflict competence?
Value from your point of view.

Would you like to get an overview of the conflict competence of your team?
Make the assessment from the perspective of how the majority of your team experiences it.

Do you want an all-round view?
Distribute the checklist to everyone on the team. Fill it out and start an exchange.

Download the Conflict-Radar and fill it out for yourself or together with your team.
It gives you a lot of clues for further reflection.

About the author Liliane Grandpierre

Team developer, Mediator and Agile coach

For over 20 years I have been accompanying individuals and teams in personal growth and transformative processes. I am happy to share my knowledge and experience with you.