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Conclusion: Being able to deal with workplace conflict quickly and effectively reaps many rewards. There are different strategies that can be used to deal with the differing types of conflict in the workplace. Being mindful that personality classifications are fluid states of being, i. e. there is no such thing as a pure introvert or extrovert1, in a recent survey2, slightly over 50 % of IT professionals classified themselves as introverts, another 20 % as extroverts and a quarter as “ambiverts” (neither one nor the other). So there is also a requirement to be mindful of what strategies work well (or not) with the differing personality traits of all involved at the time.

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