Integrative Conflict Resolution: Tools for Loving Praxis in Organizational Leadership
Cross-Cultural Collaboration and Leadership in Modern Organizations
Diversity in the workplace -- Management, Multiculturalism Leadership, Organizational behavior
This chapter explores the use of integrative conflict resolution as a foundational means for loving praxis to emerge in effective cross-cultural organizational leadership. The work of Mary Parker Follett is introduced, and is recognized as formative to the disciplines of conflict resolution and organizational development. Follett's work is compared and contrasted with other strategies for conflict management, with attention to the advantages of an integrative approach. Integrative conflict resolution is situated within a loving praxis, which occurs when the theory of loving is brought into practice to strengthen organizational leadership, specifically within the increasingly diverse landscape of globalization. Curiosity, creativity, and compassion are understood within the context of integrative conflict resolution, and are recommended as key tools for achieving a loving praxis within organizational culture.
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Byron, A. S. (2015). Integrative Conflict Resolution: Tools for Loving Praxis in Organizational Leadership. In Cross-Cultural Collaboration and Leadership in Modern Organizations (pp. 50-62). IGI Global.