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List, define, and understand conflict and the elements of conflict.
Interpersonal conflict-between two individuals
Intergroup conflict-occurs between two groups within the larger social system
Interroganizational conflict-between two organizations
What are the elements of trust?
Sharing
Vulnerability
Loyality
Accepting others
Involving others
Valuing
Awareness
Communication
Openness
Honesty
Explain how to build trust at the Academy and in the fleet.
Trust at the Academy is built through the sharing of hardships and frustrations. Trust in the fleet is built by sharing experiences.
Explain the importances of trust in effective miitary leadership.
It is necessary for subordinates to trust their superiors and vice versa because it will lead prevent confusion and ensure jobs are done properly.
Explain and understand the Conflict Development Cycle.
Frustration-blocked from achieving goals
Conceptualization-begin to attribute blame
Behavior-Act of the perceptions above
Outcome-Conflict of resolved in one of the three ways
Differientiate between constructive and destructive conflict.
Constructive conflicts end with a positive outcome whether it is a group growing closer together, but destructive conflict causes greater problems between groups and negative feelings.
Understand the strategies for coping with conflict and the situations in which they might be used.
Avoidance-not addressing conflicts
Accommodations-self-sacrafice and neglecting personal concerns
Compromise-mutually acceptable solution
Competition-persuing personal concerns at another's expense
Collaboration-work with another person to find solution
Describe the process of identity formation and the major developmental tasks of adulthood and explain how this knowledge would shape your approach to leading subordinates in the fleet.
There are four possibilities for the for formation of identity: assuming the roles of the parent and not letting a unique identity to develope, when they assume the identity expected of the but this is unaccaptable, the complete lack of an identity or desire to find one, and trying out several identities without intending to settle on any of them.
Describe and understand the Trait approach to understanding personality.
The Trait approach the idea that people act the way they do because of the strengths they posess.
Apply the big five model to personality.
Surgency-donaminance
Agreeableness-compassion
Dependablility- Credibility
Adjustment-steadiness
Openness-self-acceptance