Aug 22, 2018 - 03:42 AM
Choose an example from your work history, describing how the conflict started. Draw attention to the abilities and strategies you used to resolve the friction with the other party. Make sure to illustrate what steps you take to avoid repeating this situation. This shows that you can clear up problems and learn from your experience.
Avoid implying that you had repeated conflicts at a workplace. This can cause hiring managers to think the problem is you. Describe the situation objectively. Using negative language to describe the other party makes you sound overly critical of other people. Don't choose an example where you display questionable conduct at any point. Finally, the dispute you talk about should always end in a positive manner. Solving an argument by leaving a job doesn't demonstrate an ability to resolve problems.