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Conflict Management

Managing Conflict in Ones Personal Life

Incorporate the concepts of managing conflict into ones personal life using the concepts of collaborative problem-solving and include the role of forgiveness and reconciliation. How will this play into ones own attitudes and behaviors?

Saving Face

What understanding can you demonstrating on the significance of face-saving in social conflict and its resolution. Include the following: (a) Theories pertaining to face-saving; (b) Distinctions/relationship between face-saving, face-giving, and face-loss; (c) Reasons as why conflict resolution specialists need to know the

Building Teams and Resolving Conflict

You have just attended a manager's meeting about establishing self-directed, high-performing teams. The company is concerned because some of the managers are having success building self-directed, high-performing teams while others are not. A discussion occurred that identified the characteristics of the successful team building

Interpersonal Conflict at the Macro and Micro Level

Plese help with these questions 1. Thinking on these three concepts: preventing destructive conflict, positive approaches to conflict and the structure of conflict, what have we learned from it and how can we use them? (2 pages) 2. On the mapping the conflict at the Macro and Micro level why is it hard to understand it?

Conflict and Models of Employee Relations

Please help me with these questions. 1. Identify and briefly explain 3 negative outcomes of conflict. 2. Identify and briefly explain 3 positive outcomes of conflict. 3. Identify and explain in detail 3 possible causes of conflict using examples to help you. 4. Identify and briefly explain 3 symptoms of conflict.

Controlling Conflict Levels in a Team

Although the optimal level of conflict can be functional, no conflict or too much conflict can be dysfunctional. What steps would you as a manager take to stimulate some degree of conflict when appropriate and reduce conflict when it is excessive? What is the difference between a group and a team? Would your strategy be diffe

Conflict in the Organizational Setting

Q1. What are key sources of conflict in the organizational setting? What are the key impediments to efficiently resolving conflict in a negotiation? What means would you apply to preserve or increase the level of trust in an organizational negotiation? Q2. Is all conflict bad? Explain. Q3. Why is it easier to go from coop

Conflict mangagement in a small work space

I'm having problems trying to fit my survey questions into my content. Somehow I need at least 16 different reponses from these questions including the % of the findings presented in a graph/chart. If you can assist please advise. Please answer these questions to the best of your ability. 1. Can you please recall and list


ValuMarketers.com has requested that you gather data to better define a conflict that exists between their Sales Executives and Marketing Executives, who are in conflict over the use of ValuMarketers.com's websites as a source of information for their clients. One generic model of knowledge management is embodied in the attached

Conflict and Negotiation

As soon as there are two people at work, there is the possibility of conflict. What are some examples of reducing conflict which you might apply as a individual in a work setting?

Conflict in Organizations

Conflict is inevitable in organizations. In response to this statement, define the term "conflict" in an organizational perspective and explain why many managers avoid confrontation with their employees. Is this a functional and effective way to behave as a manager?

You are the acting manager for Targica Clothing Store. You have a lead manager in a romantic relationship with an employee. It has caused major turmoil in the office. You have to call them in the office so you can help them understand how their relationship is clearly a conflict of interest. How would you address this problem objectively? What strategies would you put in place to ensure this does not happen again in the future?

You are the acting manager for Targica Clothing Store. You have a lead manager in a romantic relationship with an employee. It has caused major turmoil in the office. You have to call them in the office so you can help them understand how their relationship is clearly a conflict of interest. How would you address this problem o

Implications of conflicts of interest impact corporations

What are the implicattions of conflicts of interest, and how do they impact corporations? Using the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, give an example of a potential conflict of interest that could arise in business, and your recommendation for how that conflict or potential conflict could be resolved.

Team Group conflict

Conflict exists in nature and, by extension, in all human relationships. Conflict can be something to avoid or embrace, or a more neutral approach can be taken. You will lead a group discussion on the subject among your peers. You decide that to generate a lively discussion, it is important to create a level of understanding of

group conflict

According to Robins and Judge (2011), conflict can benefit an organization. In what ways does conflict within a group or team facilitate creativity, effectiveness, and product quality? How is it possible to differentiate the positive from the negative types of conflict within a group or team environment?

Conflict management styles with an experience of one used in the work environment

Several different conflict management styles include: forcing conflict management, avoiding conflict management, accommodating conflict management, compromising conflict management, and collaborating conflict management. Explain the difference between each type of management style. Which style do you favor the most? Which one wo

conflict at work

In the workplace, there are many times that individuals or parties may need to agree to disagree. List several basic concepts one should consider when dealing with conflict at work. If the conflict is negatively affecting your job performance, what steps should you take?

Functional conflict

How can a manager know when conflict is functional? How can conflict be managed to ensure that it remains functional? Do managers have a responsibility to ensure that conflict is functional or to eliminate dysfunctional conflict?

levels of conflict that may be present in organizations

There are four primary levels of conflict that may be present in organizations: intrapersonal (within an individual), interpersonal (between individuals), intragroup (within a group), and intergroup (between groups). Has anyone seen any of these operating in the workplace? Please share your example and if and how it was addre

Management conflicts/personal values.

How do you negotiate a conflict to a management request that impacts your own personal values? Would this be an internal conflict that you must reconcile with yourself?