We often talk about how conflict lies on a spectrum. On one end we have artificial harmony where we don’t have any conflict and nothing really gets done. On the other end we have destructive conflict where there is name-calling and back-stabbing.

But when you have a basis of trust on your team, you are more frequently able to engage in the kind of constructive discussion and conflict that can eventually lead to the results that you’re looking for.

Listen as Integris co-founder and managing partner, Brett Cooper, talks more in depth about the value of constructive conflict and how we can get there.


Samantha Kerrigan