How to Have a Productive Disagreement
Having a conversation with another person which you totally disagree and both leave the conversation mad or upset, is completely pointless and solves nothing. Here are some tips for how to have a product disagreement that you can walk away from feeling good about:
Put Your Emotions Aside
Trying to have a productive conversation when your emotions are raging will not get you anywhere, and will likely cloud your ability to think rationally. Ask what emotion you are bringing to the table, and put it aside if necessary for the sake of discuss. Cut the cords and your emotions will calm down. https://youtu.be/TViFMPGmKzo
Ask What’s Most Important
One of the biggest mistakes that people make is putting being right over the health of their relationship with a friend, family member, or coworker. Ask yourself: if proving your point is more important that your relationship? Chances are, it’s probably not. That might mean letting go of something.
Frame it Right
Rather than saying, “I think that you are going about this the wrong way,” try: “I’ve noticed that when I do this, I have great results.” There is a big difference and if you present things in the second way, you’re likely to see more positive feedback from the person to whom you are speaking.
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