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Becoming a Conflict Competent Leader

Posted on Apr 15 2009 under Conflict Resolution, Previous Programs

 Got Conflict? In this episode, we will speak to Craig Runde, co-author of “Becoming a Conflict Competent Leader.” This book “underscores the importance for leaders to develop the critical skills they need to help them, their colleagues, and their organizations deal more effectively with conflict and move their organizations forward.” But wait folks, this is not just for leaders, this book is for anyone who want to learn the why and how to manage conflict effectively.


Craig E. Runde, director of the Center for Conflict Dynamics at the Eckerd College, oversees training and development of the Conflict Dynamics Profile assessment instrument and Center programs. He is the coauthor of Becoming a Conflict Competent Leader (Jossey-Bass, 2007) and Building Conflict Competent Teams (Jossey-Bass, 2008). Craig is a frequent speaker and commentator on workplace conflict issues. He received his B.A. from Harvard University, M.L.L. from the University of Denver, and J.D. from Duke University.

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