"Conflict is inevitable and is a natural outcome of human interactions. While there can be positive outcomes of conflict, destructive conflict wastes energy, destroys otherwise productive relationships and decreases the level of productivity." M. Duane Nellis, Provost of Kansas State University
When conflicts arise within K-State Research and Extension the first step toward resolution is for the two parties to work to address the issue together. If that does not lead to the desired outcome, the conflict should be addressed through supervisory channels.
Other resources for dispute resolutions are listed below.