HBR Assessment: How Well Do You Communicate During Conflict?


Conflict often brings out the worst in us: Our emotions cloud our judgment, and we focus on airing our grievances rather than finding answers to problems. But if we pay close attention to how we communicate, we can correct misunderstandings, preserve important relationships, and work more effectively with others.

Take this assessment to see how well you communicate during conflict—and how you could improve.

Dr. Mark Goulston, China Foundation’s mentor/ partner on March 8 has over 17,000 participants in 2 days on his Harvard Business review Assessment: How Well Do You Communicate During Conflict?  It still remains an editor’s top pick.

CF has been asked by Dr. Goulston to offer the assessment in Mainland China until April 3rd  to be submitted to Mark and Harvard Business review for their study results.  Participate and pass along as quickly as possible to participate and see how China communicates differently during conflict!


Take the Chinese Assessment or share it with your Chinese staff or coworkers.

Join our wechat by adding “cfound” or scanning the Qr code below, we’ll announce 10 lucky participants on April 1st, and they’ll get a Chinese copy of  the  best seller “Just Listen”. 
 Scan the Qrcode to find more on Wechat!

Book Review-Just Listen

Dr.Mark Goulston, Business advisor, consultant, trainer and coach trained as a clinical psychiatrist – was an FBI/police hostage negotiation trainer and recently authored the bestselling book, Just Listen: Discover the Secret to Getting Through to Absolutely Anyone. A Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and named one of America’s Top Psychiatrists four times by the Consumers’ Research Council of America, he is frequently called upon to share his expertise with nationally respected television, radio and print media.
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