Visual Project for Intro to Conflict Management - Section 11 (CRN # 11496) Tues/Thurs 2:15 pm - 3:30 pm 204 Bowman
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Sometimes avoiding conflict can be a good thing. But generally, it can yield unfavorable results. With Communizite, you can master the art of confrontation and avoidance! Side effects may include: Weird tremors, infertility, and, in rare cases, a brief minor head-ache.
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One of the most consistent mirrors many people have is their partner. What happens when the reflections we receive are not accurate? What might be the impact of inaccurate reflections on communication, the individual partner, and the relationship over time? This talk offers a simple and effective way for couples to make communication effective again. Dr. Dave Thornsen is a licensed psychologist practicing in Grand Rapids, MI. His expertise comes from years of providing couples with therapy and toolsets to live, work and grow together. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Conflict Resolution - http://www.resolutionofconflict.com.au/ Learn how to resolve your conflict now. Visit our site for three free interactive video lessons. This video shows how the Conflict Resolution Model works. Conflict, and the resentment it breeds, massively undermines relationship at all levels.
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Avoiding − Results in neither party's goals being met − The conflict remains but is not discussed or resolved − Conflict may be intimidating and tense so we avoid it − Avoiding may indicate a tendency to undervalue your own contribution (rather let it go than fight for it) When is Avoiding Appropriate? − When a conflict situation can reasonably be expected to work itself out over time − When it is so trivial that it's not worth getting involved − When the conflict is un-resolvable − When the relationship is un-resolvable
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In this video, LaSharnda Beckwith, Ph.D. shares the five most common ways people choose to handle conflict. The five most common ways people handle conflict is either through collaboration, compromise, competition, avoidance or accommodation. Which style do you use? Perhaps its time to try out a new style and see how much more effective you can be. Want to Learn More about your favorite topics such as business, history, science or the Bible? Visit our blog at http://www.sagu.edu/thoughthub. New content updated every week. ThoughtHub is provided by SAGU, a private Christian university offering more than 60 Christ-centered academic programs - associates, bachelor's and master's and doctorate degrees in liberal arts and bible and church ministries.
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Avoiding The avoidance strategy seeks to put off conflict indefinitely. By delaying or ignoring the conflict, the avoider hopes the problem resolves itself without a confrontation. Those who actively avoid conflict frequently have low esteem or hold a position of low power. In some circumstances, avoiding can serve as a profitable conflict management strategy, such as after the dismissal of a popular but unproductive employee. The hiring of a more productive replacement for the position soothes much of the conflict. (Eric Dontigney, Demand Media) retrieved from http://smallbusiness.chron.com/5-conflict-management-strategies-16131.html Prepared by : Ainul Izzah binti Bahrol Nur Artini binti Tukiman Nur Nadiah binti Muhammad Siti Nurul Atiqah binti Adam (JIM 246 6A) Prepared for : Sir Ismail bin Pahmi (Lecturer Information Management, UiTM Johor) for subject IMS 556 - Information Systems Interaction Consultation .
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Conflict is an Energy Source. Why You Should Listen The #1 source of pain on a team, or in any relationship, is conflict. What if conflict wasn’t good or bad? What if conflict was an energy source your team could harness to produce innovative, creative, and transformational results? Invest 18 minutes learning the two magic ingredients and how you can put them to work with any team you care about. CrisMarie Campbell and Susan Clarke have spent over 15 years working with hundreds of business leaders and their teams across many industries. Their clients call them “The Team Doctors” because of their expert, laser-like focus on the health of the team in order to get to smart business results. What makes them experts? They are a team. CrisMarie and Susan are work and life partners. Plus, they each have very different styles and approaches to conflict. What they do agree on is that conflict is healthy and a natural part of every relationship. So use it, don’t defuse it! This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Most days at work we encounter some type of conflict as we try to accomplish our goals. Scarce resources, ambiguity, and personality styles create conflict situations that can quickly get out of control. During this presentation, Dr. Marcy Fetzer, will explain how we tend to respond to conflict in different ways depending upon our personal preferences and the situation. Learn how to recognize conflict styles and flex your own style to achieve the best outcome. During this webinar we will discuss: How to become aware of your own conflict style How to recognize the conflict style of others How to assess conflict situations How to use different conflict modes
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a clip from the movie despicable me. In this clip, there's a conflict between Gru and Agnes because of the Toy, but with Agnes' cute protest, Gru had no choice but to think of way of giving her toy back. which in that case, solves the so-called "conflict"
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In his Featured Presentation Prof. Jiro Takai discusses his research on interpersonal conflict resolution strategies. Conflicts abound in our everyday relationships, and their skillful management is the key to interpersonal harmony. In dealing with conflict, the perception is that we should directly confront the other party with the issues, followed by constructive, mutual communication, and negotiating a solution that leads to both parties being able to fully fulfill their respective goals. At the other end of effectiveness scale is the avoiding conflict style. Avoiding leaves the issue outstanding, with the other party not aware of doing you any injustice, and your dissatisfaction with him/her increasing until you snap. Avoiding, according to Rahim (2002), lacks self-concern, as well as other-concern, leaving nothing resolved, and surely ending up in a lose-lose situation. This talk will elaborate on why, when and how avoiding can actually be a wise choice in managing interpersonal conflict. Jiro Takai is professor of social psychology at Nagoya University, Japan. He has served in the executive committees of the Japan Society for Social Psychology, the Japan Group Dynamics Society, the Japan Intercultural Education Society, the Communication Association of Japan, and the Japan-US Communication Association. His research interests include cross-cultural matters, particularly in the context of interpersonal communication as well as interpersonal competence, self-presentation and multi-faceted self-concept. Prof. Takai was Conference Co-Chair and a Featured Presenter at the IAFOR Asian Conference on Psychology & the Behavioral Sciences 2014 (ACP2014) and the Asian Conference on Ethics, Religion & Philosophy 2014 (ACERP2014) in Osaka, Japan. To watch a follow up interview with Prof. Takai on conflict avoidance please visit: http://iafor.org/podcast/iafor-interviews-podcast-episode-12-prof-jiro-takai/ For more information please visit: http://www.iafor.org
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Leadership and Management: video presentation about the different Conflict styles: -Collaborating -Compromising -Avoiding -Accomodation -Competing Cast: Malika Arumpac as Dr. George Troy Gerali as Dr. Chase Nashieda Buale as Dr. Heather Dimple Flores as Dr. Cameron Anjet Jardinel as Jessica (Patient) Federizze Pintac as Jessica's Mom Bea Mamauag as Nurse 1 Meggy Odi as Nurse 2 Reggae Briones as Nurse 3 April Perez as Coach Supporting role: Hayamera Lantud Louise dela Rosa Shevanie Magallanes Jenibert Doromal Ailojane ababa Charelie Estrellanes Daisy Grande Voiced: Keith Ocana Edited: Vyron Sombero Led: Rosselle Villanueva
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Avoiding Conflict Style: The goal of the avoiding style is to avoid making a decision at whatever cost. Neither your concerns nor the concerns of the other party need be satisfied. Obviously, this style is only appropriate when the issues are of low importance, or it is clear to both parties that the consequences of delay in making a decision will be minimal (or perhaps more information is forthcoming). It may also be appropriate when you are being pressed to negotiate a peripheral issue and there is a much bigger - and more important - conflict looming. An avoiding style should be used sparingly and only when something is going to change: you, the other person, or the situation. For example, it's ok to avoid a conflict with a co-worker if you know you are going to quit your job soon. The Exam movie 2009 is a copyright of the rightful producers and distributors and not us.
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