Your Go-To Conflict Style is: "Avoid and Checkout"

This go-to conflict style is marked by the tendency to avoid conflict whenever possible. If you prefer to avoid tense moments with silence or leave the room when there's a disagreement at work, your family dynamics might have taught you to move away from conflict instead of towards it.

Left unchecked, the “Avoid and Checkout” style can show up at work in the following negative ways:

  • You’ll avoid speaking up when you or someone on the team makes a mistake.
  • You’ll be more likely to tolerate disruptive behaviors like bullying and incivility.
  • When problems arise, you’ll tend to complain to others instead of directly addressing the issue with those involved.

By identifying how your family dynamics show up at work, you can transform how you communicate and deal with conflict effectively - even when others don't!

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