Conflict resolution and peacekeeping from a cultural point of view in a foreign country

The conflict between cultures is increasingly demanding and far more exhausting than dealing with people in their own country and within the culture.

During my visit to India, our team had a question with a leader in Punjab. Self-infliction has been the articulation of emotions due to a misunderstanding, lack of understanding and preference between cultures.

After our first apology, our team met at Bangalore in the center to better understand what team we are. Learn from the situation and avoid re-repeating, creating some ideas, and having a creative problem-solving job.

Through discourse and interaction, the team noticed that it contributed to neglect while identifying the cultural barriers that led to inaccurate perception of the crime.

Distinguish between relevant and irrelevant data when we patiently listened to the story of everyone in the team, announcing the incident summary and suggesting what to do to resolve the problem.

Co-operation between ideas led to the team, making meaningful recommendations that the team fully agreed and implemented to alleviate the problem and resolve the conflict.

The results were apparent as the professional relationship between Punjab was happily maintained and strengthened through the process.

Navigating in professional and relational conflicts can be very difficult, but if you plan to do this graciously, rewards are worth it. Those who ignored internal conflicts and were "productive" and chose time savings later found out that a lot of time later lost when the shock grew and exploded something close to repair.



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