Because team members are individuals first – with strong opinions – and team members second, disagreements and conflicts are to be expected as projects progress. Sometimes, conflicts are not talked through to the point of collaboration and become skeletons in the company closet, rattling their dry bones at times in protest.

If you are a leader of a team and the skeletons in the closet are hindering your productivity, use the Halloween theme to pull the skeletons out of the closet and into the open where the problems can be discussed, dissected, divided, dismembered and buried.

The key to burying conflicts and effective workplace conflict resolution is intelligent dialog, give and take, and the ability of team members to rally around the final decision, even if they don’t agree with every single point.

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