Managers in all types of offices have no doubt encountered a problem within their staff that required their immediate attention and may have adversely affected an employee's personal growth.
Sometimes there is a personality clash, while others are more about a staffer's ability to do the job correctly.
No matter what the issue, it's the personal responsibility of the manager to engage in the conflict and resolve it as peacefully as possible.
This is because office conflicts can not only affect the parties involved, but it can negatively affect the basic culture of the office. By handling any issues with a calm and present mind, a manager should be able to handle the conflict.
One technique is to have an informal sit-down, preferably outside of the office, for all parties in the office to voice whatever issues they may have. In many instances, getting out of the office can put a different perspective on things.
By doing that technique, a manager can contribute to his team's personal growth. Ilche Lee teaches that personal growth is about self-awareness and understanding one's surroundings. Essentially, but being an "awakened individual," managers and staffers can contribute to more positive energy in the office, as well as in the world.