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Managing Conflict

Managing Conflict

Managing Conflict. Julie Combs, EdD Asst Professor & Consultant, Ed Leadership Sam Houston State University jcombs@shsu.edu. Welcome and Introduction. Welcome What experiences/qualifications do you have? Why did you come to this session?. What you Get. 1 Enduring Conflict Mgmt Skill

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CONFLICT MANAGEMENT 1+2

CONFLICT MANAGEMENT 1+2

CONFLICT MANAGEMENT 1+2. Elements of conflict. DEFINITION. Conflict is an expressed struggle between at least two interdependent parties who perceive incompatible goals, scarce rewards and interference from the other party in achieving their goal. Interpersonal Conflict.

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Conflict Management

Conflict Management

Conflict Management. Solving the Puzzle. Communication Problems. You may not be talking to each other Trying to impress Trying to trip other side You may not be hearing each other Thinking of what you want to say next Other distractions Not understanding their language

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Conflict Management

Conflict Management

Conflict Management. Chapter 7. Problem vs. Conflict. Problem Involves a situation or object Question to be considered or solved. Problem vs. Conflict. Conflict Difficulties between people Feared & avoided by leaders Inherent in all relationships Differences in goals

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CONFLICT MANAGEMENT

CONFLICT MANAGEMENT

Chapter 13. CONFLICT MANAGEMENT. Types of Conflict. Conflict Occurs when one person sees that another person has damaged or is about to damage something that the other person cares about. Results in minor inconveniences, major losses, and company failures. Types of Conflict.

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CONFLICT MANAGEMENT

CONFLICT MANAGEMENT

CONFLICT MANAGEMENT. John Arwin Manaloto. People are the most important Asset in any organization. Why? Everything you will ever need will come from GOD but will pass through People. WHAT GOOD THINGS COME FROM PEOPLE?. IDEAS, PLANS & STRATEGIES TIME & ENERGY MONEY & OTHER RESOURCES.

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Conflict Management

Conflict Management

Conflict Management. Managing potentially violent situation s by K Sammut Henwood Registered Forensic Psychologist. The problem of violence in our society is misunderstood, mishandled, and increasingly problematic (Karon, 1969).

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Conflict Management

Conflict Management

Conflict Management . Instructor: Erlan Bakiev, Ph. D. Chapter 1 Defining Negotiation and Its Components. Defining Negotiation. Human interaction is essentially negotiation. Intimidating, chiseling, and tricking are NOT negotiation. Negotiation Is Personal.

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Conflict Management

Conflict Management

Conflict Management. Edward Crooks MD, CMQ, CLSSBB Source: Leadership for Health Professionals, Theory, Skills and Applications. Conflict Management. Conflict is inevitable and necessary for a vibrant organization

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Conflict Management

Conflict Management

Conflict Management. Dr. Monika Renard Associate Professor, Management College of Business. Conflict. “A perceived difference between two or more parties that results in opposition.”. Conflict. “A perceived difference between two or more parties that results in opposition.”.

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Conflict Management

Conflict Management

Conflict Management. Khum Raj Punjali, Ashish Rai. Definition of conflict. Negative or Positive??? Harmful or Beneficial???. Session Coverage. Understanding conflict Conflicting Situations Conflict Management: What? Why and, How? Conclusion. Forethought.

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