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Weegy: Common reasons for conflicts in the workplace can be office romances which turn sour, misunderstandings, jealously, a dislike of someone and, of course, [ excessive workload. But where do you start if you feel that there is conflict between you and a colleague or a boss? Communication is the most important aspect at this stage. If a boss or colleague is unaware of your unhappiness with a situation then you must voice your concerns. But always at an appropriate time. “Address your boss or colleague when they are not in a state of stress. This is important as there can be a lot of stress in the workplace. If they are not in the right frame of mind, you may not get the reaction you were expecting,” says Cooper. Pick a quiet time when you and your colleague are not riddled with deadlines or back-to-back meetings. Use a calm tone of voice and ask for a professional setting to do it in. Accusing a colleague of conflict in front of others or in an unprofessional tone will not improve the situation. ] (More)
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