Inter-personal conflict happens between two or more individuals. It can be due to differences in opinions, perspectives, or personalities. It’s commonly seen in both professional and personal relationships. Inter-personal conflict can arise from miscommunication, different cultural backgrounds, conflicting interests, or power imbalances. Resolving this conflict typically involves negotiation, compromise, or mediation.

We use Interest-Based Problem-Solving, the Theory of Constraints Thinking Processes and the Group Styles Inventory™ to evaporate inter-personal conflict.