Workplace Disagreements Checklist

Every person who ventures into the company of others engages in persuasion.  Since we all differ in our goals and our means for achieving them, we inevitably get in each other’s way.  Use this 5 Question approach to facilitate settling workplace disagreements in a structured, documented way.
How often should this be used?
Ad hoc as needed (not often we hope!)
Developed from the @99U Article by Lauren Bacon
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Workplace Disagreements

5 Question approach to settle workplace disagreements

Question 1: “Are we arguing about intent or impact?”
Question 2: “What are our goals here?”
Question 3: “Are our priorities aligned?”
Question 4: “How are we defining success?”
Question 5: “What would you do in my place?”

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