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How can I prevent a small problem from becoming a major problem?  
One way to prevent small problems from becoming major problems is to recognize signs that problems are emerging and take decisive action on them so they do not get any worse. Remain alert for signs of trouble and train the members of your group or organization to look for them as well. Another way to prevent small problems from spiraling out of control is to have contingency plans in place that will enable you to respond more quickly and effectively to problematic situations. Note that these are just a couple general suggestions. Depending on the type of business or problem, other procedures may be more effective. Check with some of the listed references for more information on this subject.
Keywords: Crisis management, Leadership, Conflict, Decision

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Service ProviderReferenceMeans of Delivery
Army Continuing Education System
Army Family Team Building Army Family Team Building Senior Spouse Leadership Seminar Training Outline
Local Colleges and Universities Crisis Management Training
Public and Private Training Organizations Strategic Planning/Decision Making Classes
U.S. Army War College Facilitating, Leadership and Group Skills Training Outline (FLAGS)

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