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Team Conflict and Resolution

1. What are the things/steps that make a team successful in solving problems?
2. Describe Tuckman's four stages of team development and the philosophy behind those stages: Forming, Storming, Norming and Performing.
3. What is conflict resolution? What are the steps to resolving? (Use Johnson and Johnson's recommended negotiating steps.)

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1. What are the things/steps that make a team successful in solving problems?

The first step is to realize there is a conflict and that there will be conflicts. Conflict is not bad. It often leads to ideas and progress that improves companies, interpersonal relationships, and situations.
Second, the group/people must establish rules for conflict resolution. These can be mediation, communication, negotiation, and other methods of resolution.

People must accept and agree on the resolutions methods. The rules have to be consistent and fair to be accepted. The group must establish these rules and agree to accept them as methods to solving problems.
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Team conflicts and resolutions are examined. Tuckman's four stages of team development is described.

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