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From Conflict to Consensus: Interaction Associates Outlines How Leaders Can Achieve Successful Alignment and Implementation
Date:1/26/2010

A new, results-oriented white paper from Interaction Associates details three essential actions for leaders to move an organization from conflict to consensus - an often thorny process that can undo leadership and change initiatives when not handled successfully. To download the white paper, go here: http://bit.ly/8ZcCNt

Cambridge, Mass. (PRWEB) January 26, 2010 -- A new, results-oriented white paper from Interaction Associates details three essential actions for leaders to move an organization from conflict to consensus - an often thorny process that can undo leadership and change initiatives when not handled successfully.

"Failure to achieve consensus is often why important company shifts or key leadership initiatives fail at many companies," according to Patty McManus, Collaboration Consultant at Interaction Associates and author of the white paper titled, "From Conflict to Consensus: Three Critical Actions for Leaders." "Without consensus, people move further apart, role conflicts and skirmishes multiply, and teams disintegrate into lone agents: negative patterns which are very costly at most companies," added McManus. Download the white paper here: http://bit.ly/8ZcCNt

Consensus involves key stakeholders agreeing to support a new strategy or change initiative, regardless of where they might have been at the start of the process or whether they preferred another direction. "From Conflict to Consensus" details three essential actions for leaders to pursue in moving towards alignment, including:

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