Internal vs External Conflict and Stress Management in an Organization

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Internal vs External Conflict and Stress Management in an Organization

What is Conflict

‘Conflict’ refers to some serious disagreement or argument occurring within a character’s internal or external struggle. It’s a form of friction or clash arising within a team when the opinion or actions of one or more members of the team are either resisted by or unsupported by one or more member of another group. Conflict can exist in any situation where facts, distress or desires pull or push participants against each other. “Internal Conflict” type of conflict takes place within the personal.  
“Internal Conflict” is a psychological struggle in which one struggle within the mind of a literary or dramatic character and it happens when a person’s values, ideas or morals are tested, restricted or otherwise compromised. In an organization, Internal Conflict happens as poor communication, different values, Different Views, personality clashes, scarce resources, and poor performance.
Causes of organizational Internal and External Conflicts:
In order to improve the profitability of an organization, a company must focus its efforts on generating revenue in the face of competition. If an organization wants their employees to be focused on being productive and battering the competition, it is important to find out and to understand the cause of organizational Internal Conflicts.
Managerial Conflicts:

It is the job of an employee to deliver exceptional results and productivity to meet the manager expectations of an organization, but if those expectations are misunderstood, conflict can arise and it can be highly destructive. In the situation of internal conflict, managers need to spend time clearing the goals of a business through clear communication. A manager should also encourage them to ask their doubts and questions about their goals.

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