Category Archives: *Workplace Issues

True or False? If You’re Not Willing To Adapt Your Strategy With High Conflict People, You Should Get Out Now © 2016 MEGAN HUNTER, MBA High-conflict cases in the courts and high-conflict personalities (HCPs) in the workplace get a lot … Continue reading

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High Conflict Personalities in Employment Cases © 2016 John C. Edwards, Esq. It is expected and understood by most people in the legal profession that because of the intensely personal nature of the issues that come up in family law, … Continue reading

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The CARS Method for Resolving High-Conflict Situations © 2015 by Bill Eddy and L. Georgi DiStefano The CARS Method was developed specifically to address four big areas of difficulty in high-conflict situations, which often involve one or more people with … Continue reading

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Happy New Year from High Conflict Institute and Unhooked Books! We have a lot to be grateful for in looking back over the past year. But a lot more work to do in our efforts to explain high-conflict behavior and … Continue reading

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Do you have a surge protector for your computer? I’ll bet you do! Otherwise, you could burn out your computer during a power surge from a storm, after a power outage or other cause. But do you have a surge … Continue reading

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Are high-conflict people increasing in your workplace? They can be customers who yell at employees and store owners. Employees who intentionally undercut their colleagues. Supervisors who are so disdainful that employees become depressed, physically sick or quit. They cost businesses … Continue reading

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By L. Georgi DiStefano and Bill Eddy One of the most frequent questions we hear in workplace conflicts, in counseling and in mediation, is “why doesn’t the other person ‘get it?’” Clients often bitterly complain that despite the clearest of … Continue reading

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By Bill Eddy and Georgi DiStefano A key breakthrough in writing our new book It’s All Your Fault at Work! Managing Narcissists and Other High-Conflict People, was when we realized that all “feedback” is something that both of us have … Continue reading

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Part One: Interview with Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq.  Read Part 2 with Georgi DiStefano in the January newsletter. Q:           You’ve written many books on high-conflict personalities. This one is the first title focused solely on the workplace. What prompted you to … Continue reading

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Times have changed. Incivility is growing in the workplace, as well as in most areas of our society. How big of a problem is this? Why is this happening? And what can be done about it – as individuals and … Continue reading

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