by Mary Shafer In this final installment of our Best of BANR to date series, we revisit Kerra L. Bolton’s piece on the Enterprise facet of societal need in Detroit. Originally published in October, 2018, Kerra’s post, Can Better Workplaces Make Detroit a Better City?, was part of a larger series based on her personal […]
All workplace conflict is potentially fruitful. However, there are two broad categories of conflict that happen within teams that must be understood in order to provide effective leadership: creative conflict and toxic conflict. Both types are similar on the surface. But each requires a very different response and skill set from leaders.