Wouldn’t it be great if we can just take a simple and easy test to resolve our conflicts and have a proper conflict resolution? A multiple choice test will be the best: 1. The individual you’re in conflict is? A) Demanding B) Controlling C) Indecisive. You can select from letter A, B, or C and you will uncover and find out all the possible solutions to your conflicting problems and dilemmas.

Now, how nice and easy, not to mention simple will that be! Yet sadly, conflicts are just too much complex just to squeeze into an elementary multiple choice test. Conflicts are such complicated experiences or incidents that involves thought, actions, feelings, and behaviors of all persons involved. “No two individuals are exactly the same; as a result, no two conflicts are exactly the same.

Each and every conflict needs its own distinct resolution which can never be figured out just be answering a series or set of multiple choice test questions. You have to keep in mind that each conflict is different and unique. Therefore, each necessitates its own solution in order to come up with a fair and reasonable resolution.

As cliche as it may sounds, yet knowledge indeed, is power! By first trying to understand what your conflicts seem and look like, you can now start to make useful and fair resolutions which everyone would be satisfied and content with. Here’s a list of questions to ask when you’re in a middle of conflicting situations and incidents...

Significant Conflict Related Questions: 1. Does it exists within a team, or a group, or among a few individuals? 2. Does the conflict come up from a particular goal, aim or task you’re trying to attain or achieve? 3. Is it due to some differences about how a process or procedure must be carried out and planned? 4.

Whatever prompted you to find out or seek conflict resolution now instead of earlier or later? 5. Is it associated or linked to defining and identifying what a goal or target must be? 6. Is it specific to a given situation or circumstance? (i.e. due to a specified individual(s) or event?) 7. On a scale of 0 to 10, (0=being not a problem, and 10=being extremely unbearable) how will you rate the level of conflict just about 6 months ago versus presently? 8. Is it something individuals freely talk or discuss freely or is it taboo or hush-hush? You might be able to answer these given queries, but just how do you start to take the succeeding step or process toward conflict resolution? Formulating on these questions oftentimes needs the aid of a conflict resolution expert.

An expert or professional serves as an objective observer that understands how to look for resolutions to even the most complicated conflicts. Proper resolutions to conflicts would equal some advantages: 1. Motivate enhanced performance from workers. 2. Create and strengthen more profitable work teams. 3. Empower and strengthen employee commitment and loyalty. 4. Improved creativity, communication and motivation.

Author's Bio: 

The author of this article,Amy Twain, is a Self Improvement Coach who has been successfully coaching and guiding clients for many years. Let Amy help you find Happiness in Your Work Place. Click here to learn how to become a Happy Worker.