Question: Suppose two conflicting personalities, a chief accountant and a marketing manager, come to their director as an arbitrator. What principles should he take into account to resolve the conflict: business interest, personal relationships, or the laws of nature?
Answer: For example, I solve these issues simply. I ask them to leave the office and resolve their issues themselves because this is not the way to solve problems.
We have already finished the stage of human development and the human where it was possible to solve problems at the level of the “king-father” who would decide for them. He will not decide because his thinking is not integral, and thus it will not work.
From KabTV’s “Professional Secrets” 2/8/13