Conflict in an organization can be caused by a number of things. Differences of interests, cultural differences, and even differences within individual members of a work team. Differences of interests include, tidiness and messiness, task-oriented and people-oriented, and many other things. Cultural differences include, a set of values, practices, traditions, ethnicity, and much more. Lastly, differences within individual members of a work team could be simply that they disagree on things often. There are so many types of conflict within an organization, personality conflicts, intragroup conflict, intergroup conflict, and office relationships.Personality conflicts are also known as style conflicts. Everyone was raised differently, some people may have been raised in a clean, pristine environment where there were rules set in place. Others could have been raised where it did not matter how the house looked or if there were rules. Some people are more family oriented than others which can make them more of a people person. An individual could be task oriented, meaning they want to get the work done early, or right on time, while another individual may be more people oriented meaning that they want to make sure everyone gets a say on how the work gets done. (Conflict in the Workplace. 2018) Personality conflicts within an organization are a result from two individuals or more having two completely different views on something, such as one being a clean freak and liking things nice and neat, but then the other person is a very messy and unorganized person which causes conflict between them because the person who likes things clean now has to have a messy surrounding due to the other person. “If you want to successfully resolve any personality conflict you find yourself caught up in, you must identify the story you have got going on”. (Conflict in the Workplace. 2018) In other words, arrange the points of your situation into plots of what is most important to you. Is arguing with a coworker on the job really worth it? No, think of it this way; say you are arguing with your boss, you could potentially lose your job over a personality difference, which is something you could just ignore about a person and move on with your day. Alway focus on yourself and your work performance, not others.Intragroup conflicts are different than intergroup conflicts. Intragroup conflicts are a result from a conflict between two or more individuals in a workplace. Intragroup conflict is special in a way that it is between members of a group or team who have previously agreed on a common goal or objective. This is seen more in a place where employees are separated into different teams or departments. For example, in a hair salon there is sometimes two different groups of employees; the stylists, the assistants, and the receptionists. Sometimes there is problems between the stylists and the assistants. From personal experience, assistants get in trouble for things that stylists do. This causes arguments that are unnecessary. (Wahlig. 2017.) Intragroup conflict is sometimes good conflict, to an extent it can promote ideas that bring a more positive output. “When this type of conflict is bad, members who are involved are at risk for damaging personal relationships and failing to achieve goals or objectives”. (Wahlig. 2017.)Intergroup conflicts are a result of differences within a group in a workplace. “One of the most prominent reasons for this type of conflict is simply the nature of the group”.(Belak. 2018) In other words, some people just do not work well together. If you have a goal oriented person and a procrastinator together things may not go smoothly. Thus, causing conflict between the group. “Other reasons are work interdependence, goal radiances, differences in perceptions, and the increased demand for specialists”. (Belak. 2018) With this being said, work interdependence is the way that people work with each other, the way they relate to each other. Goal radiances are the different ways or objectives that employees have to achieve a common goal. Every individual has a different perception on things, they view things differently than others. When it is quoted that people have an increased demand for specialists it means that people who have different experiences and different skills are needed, you would not want to work in a group where everyone has the same thing because most likely whatever the goal is may be a boring approach. When conflict arises in a group that causes more conflict within the group it can cause stress. “Limited resources and reward structures can foster intergroup conflict by making the differences in group goals more apparent”. (Belak. 2018) Limited resources would make almost every member of a groups work to be the same, maybe even duplicated. This could make a superior individual overlook some of the members work making them angry. As well as reward structures, for an example; there is a top prize of a hundred dollars, second prize is seventy-five dollars, and a third prize for fifty. Every member is going to fight to get the top prize and whoever wins the first place prize is going to be hated by many, so if there is going to be a reward system make all of the prizes the same. Instead of there being three different prizes of different price ranges make everyone a winner and give them each twenty dollars or so. When everyone’s a winner there is less cause of conflict. Relationships in the workplace could be a type of personal conflict that develops over disagreements and differences between individuals or a group of a workplace. It is suggested that relationship conflicts inhibit group performance while task conflicts increase group performance by, for example, enhancing creativity, but more recent research suggest that is not always the case. (Redding. 2013) So, it turns out that the way team members express their differences is important for suggesting how the outcome of the goal will be, rather than causing task or relationship related conflict. Furthermore, the performance of a team is better explained by the distinct level to which a team member is concerned with the task within the team as a whole, which is opposite of being derived of self-interests. In other words, effectiveness of a team is achieved through how the individual team members express their differences. (Redding. 2013)In conclusion knowing about the types of conflicts in a workplace and how to handle them are a good thing to have. Keeping your opinions open and not being one sided also helps in workplaces because if you are open to each co-worker’s opinion then no one can cause a conflict between you. You can keep your relationships clean and free of fighting.