If you’re harmonious, look for areas of agreement during an argument


  1. When there’s an argument between two people in a meeting, ask others in the group to share their thoughts. 
  2. When others are speaking, look for areas of agreement.
    Perhaps you need to choose between the two options. You may find out that most people in the team prefer the second option because it has more pros than cons.


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