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Unresolved conflict and misunderstanding among nurses are a serious problem in professional practice environments, resulting in job discontent, absenteeism, and turnover. Conflict is an internal or interpersonal disagreement about values or beliefs that causes or has the potential to inflict harm. Conflict can lead to beneficial outcomes and practice settings if it is properly understood and managed, but if it is ignored, it can have detrimental effects on both the individual and the organization. Good healthcare team communication may increase nurse retention and strengthen nurses’ involvement within their companies. Effective leadership paired with favorable team dynamics, effective communication, and effective conflict management strategies encourages collaborative problem solving and openness to change. Every nurse leader’s career includes dealing with difficult people. A thoughtful and consistent approach, as with many aspects of leadership, can make all the difference. Every nurse leader’s career includes dealing with difficult people. A thoughtful and consistent approach, as with many aspects of leadership, can make all the difference. In healthcare, incivility is well documented and can manifest itself in both overt and subtle ways. Unprofessional and disruptive behavior can jeopardize patient safety, increase turnover and absenteeism, and diminish job satisfaction. Concerns have been raised regarding workplace interpersonal conflict (WIC) among healthcare professionals. Interpersonal conflict is such a significant sort of conflict that it has several different designations, including task, process, information, emotional, and relational conflicts. This type of conflict is frequently seen negatively due to the perception that individual interests are being resisted or negatively harmed. Conflicts may have occurred between doctors, nurses, coworkers, supervisors, and administrative personnel, among others.