Analyze resolutions to team conflict.
Team conflict is inevitable because as adults we all have strains and commitments in life! Therefore, it is important to consider how communication or expectations can go badly, and discover methods to resolve it. Often problems are due to misunderstandings or somebody not fully understanding the expectations.
Learning Activity #2: Conflict Exercise
Develop an appropriate response that includes Christian behavior and resolution to the issue for each hypothetical scenario below. Ensure that you analyze the possible outcomes of poor versus good netiquette.
Environment: School Email between Team Members
Context: You were accidentally included in an email between two of your team members.
What Happened: [Referring to you], the email states that "She is definitely not pulling her weight on this project."
HINT: It may hurt, but it should hurt worse that they have not let you know they have a problem with your contributions. Team members need to be transparent with each other.
Environment: School Chat Forum
Here you go- hope this helps:
In response to Scenario #1, my initial reaction would be to send an email back to the team members involved telling them that they should be more careful in their correspondence, that they are stupid, so stupid in fact that they can not even send emails correctly or identify all the work I have contributed to the project. The problem with this response is it would make everyone unhappy, and cause a lot of friction in the group. Most likely the group ...
This solution analyzes resolutions to team conflict. It develops appropriate responses for each hypothetical scenarios below: Analyze resolutions to team conflict.