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    Stages of unproductive conflict communication & constructive

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    Discussion prompt:

    -Compare and contrast the different stages of unproductive conflict communication and constructive conflict communication.
    -Have you been a part of (or witnessed) a conflict that was constructive at all stages? Briefly describe that conflict.
    -What would it take for a conflict to go from "unproductive" to "constructive"? Be specific.
    -Comment to a peer about his/her posts. Make sure to write about the content of their post and how it relates to what you're learning in the textbook.

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    The response addresses the query posted in 313 words with APA references 


    //Conflict is often productive and, many a times, unproductive. In the following section, we shall come across the differences between productive and constructive conflicts. //


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    In order to make an unproductive conflict, a constructive conflict, the discussion should always be ...

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    The expert compares and contrasts the different stages of unproductive conflicts communication and constructive conflicts communications. The response addresses the query posted in 313 words with APA references