Managing conflict with, or among, employees is a delicate and sensitive process. But an essential part of the people leader's function. These resources are meant to make the process of conflict management a little easier to approach.
Managing Conflict Training
- Course: Managing Conflict
- Course: Confronting Workplace Conflict
- Book: Conflict Resolution: Dealing with Difficult People
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- Course: How to Resolve Conflicts
- Course: Improving Your Conflict Competence
- Course: Managing Team Conflict
Faculty & Staff Assistance Program
Cornell's Faculty & Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) provides professional counseling and support tailored to meet the unique needs of Cornell employees. If you're struggling with work or life concerns, we can help. Services are free, confidential, and provided by credentialed counselors.
Office of the University Ombuds
The Cornell University Ombuds is a confidential, independent, impartial, and informal resource available to staff and faculty at the university to address conflicts, concerns, or other issues affecting their work, life, or study at Cornell. The office offers a safe place to identify options for addressing individual situations.