Resolving Conflicts In The Workplace

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Starting a new job or entering into a new personal relationship can be difficult and sometimes those difficulty turns into conflicts. “Often conflict offend our views about how things should be and, even more, how people should be” (Hamilton 2013, p. 34) It’s just the facts, conflicts are complicated, part of life left and when left unresolved destroy relationship. How a person deals with conflict varied from individual to individual and what circumstances caused it to happen. It is imperative that conflicts are identified, solve in a timely manner through negations. Resolving conflicts increase productive, trust and collaboration for the all involved.

Identifying Conflicts Individuals differences comes from culture which overtime develop
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Conflicts according to (Johnson & Johnson 2013), can be both positive and negative and they must be resolve for a team to be effective. Negative conflicts are barrier that are suppressed and in must instant they are avoided. While positive conflicts when manage increases the group ability to make sound decisions. There are different types of conflicts that occurs, take of example, if a team identify communication has the reasons for conflicts in the work place. Its more often caused by the method used to communicate such as visual, verbal and written. For example, when one team member may have or perceive information is constantly not being shared regardless of the method it can be perceived as making one member of the team feeling left out. Basically communication within team unintentionally cause confusion or even offend others which creates …show more content…
There are several types of negotiation strategies a team can used to resolve conflicts such as competitive, avoiding, collaborative and compromise. Compromise is the difference between accommodating, competitive, avoiding and collaborative negotiation strategies. More often compromise is used to resolve conflicts because it takes into consideration relationship and outcome concern of the conflict. Even though compromise is s usefully strategy to solve team conflict there are instance in which other strategy is used. For examples, if there is conflict in which the relationship is more important than the outcome use of accommodating strategy can be used. On the other hand, sometimes we human prefer to avoid the conflict because we do not care one way or the other about the conflict so we avoid. There are also when we want to win at all cause and when chose to solve a conflict by using being so competitive that we do not care about the future outcome of

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