Conflicts arise in families, organizations or workplace when there is a difference of opinion, when you are not willing to get along with others or when there is an issue or a disagreement between the members of a group. Conflicts arise when there is no consensus on achieving goals, spending money or resources when you are not willing to concede. There is nothing wrong with conflicts arising but it is what you do with them matters –whether you make it worse, manage them or resolve them quickly.
Letting conflicts go unattended can lead to stress building up in you, within the group or organization leading to unhappiness and lower productivity. It may be easier to manage conflicts than to resolve them, but in the long run, it pays to opt for resolution.
Seven reasons why Conflict Resolution is better than Conflict Management