Conflict Management

Conflicts have always existed throughout the history of mankind and to some extent we are accustomed to live with them, but it is time to reflect a bit and think about some helpful aspects that could generate some conflicts, although of course as far as possible they should be avoided. Below are some myths about the conflict: the conflict must be avoided and if it should be deleted: certainly avoid conflicts is healthy for people and for society in general but it is not always a valid concept that there are changes that are necessary and must be sought by defeating a series of obstacles, if we see a little in the past give us account that huge controversies emerged from new ideas and many people made great oppositions where there were painful events but eventually this has allowed a further evolution of humanity. 2. The conflict is always harmful: is not true, as noted in the preceding paragraph some conflicts bring benefits, of course that nor is it seeking progress based on pure conflicts because the agreements, dialogue and consensus are powerful. 3 If the conflict is ignored disappears: this is equivalent to wanting to cover the Sun with a finger, where a dispute is submitted your solution should be sought by all possible means of the contrary the results may be worse. Robertson Stephens shines more light on the discussion. 4. The conflict always leads to competition: this is another myth because it is true that in some cases some conflicts make that some individuals or groups should strive to prove the veracity of their judgments and opinions, has also occurred some conflicts have achieved complete disunity and this has resulted in irreconcilable situations for generations.

5. Conflicts are inevitable in our daily life: in reality nothing is impossible, although it is common to have some conflicts if it is possible to reduce the maximum working in an orderly manner, planning and emotional intelligence. 6. The conflict can be part of a constructive process: this does not always happen that way, then always must try to avoid arriving in situations of conflict. In conclusion we can see that conflict can bring some conditions positive at some point and this has always happened throughout the history of mankind, but it is also true to say that the path of the conflict is a road longer in most cases because in many cases certain events have had tragic results because the fanaticism of people leaves them no reasoning. It is important to seek dialogue, agreement and sensible discussion, in all aspects of life always can define some parameters that allow us to make judgments based on verifiable elements, why always we must be in the relentless struggle of harmony, this builds us up more rapidly.