Episode 3: How CPAs can manage a more polarized workplace

Liane Davey, PhD., and author of ‘The Good Fight’, distinguishes healthy and unhealthy workplace conflict and how CPAs can cultivate an environment that encourages collaboration.

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On this episode, renowned team effectiveness advisor and author of The Good Fight, Liane Davey, PhD., discusses how to manage problems in a workplace arising from individuals with polarized views. Bringing people together around common goals and bridging the gaps between various parts of an organization is integral to the modern CPA’s role; the CPA Competency Map 2.0 identifies conflict management as a key competency in the foundational common core.

With that in mind, this episode digs into the skills CPAs need to master to successfully navigate this developing and emerging issue. Listen now to deepen your understanding of how effective conflict navigation and communication can not only become a crucial part of your role, but also a driver of your success in an increasingly polarized world.

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Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the guest and do not necessarily reflect those of CPA Canada

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