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3.6 Conflict Resolution Work File Use the lesson resources to complete the assignment. Site 1 - Conflict Management Style (20 points) This activity will help you determine your natural style for dealing with conflict. It is useful to assess your predominant conflict management style(s) because we all tend to prefer one or two of the styles and at times may apply them inappropriately. 1. What animal symbolizes your method for dealing with conflict? (5 points) A. Owl 2. Write a description of your conflict management style. (5 points) A. I confront the issue both sides trying to reach a solution. 3. Discuss three reasons why this method of dealing with conflict is negative or positive. (10 points) A. I do my best to understand the other side of the conflict. B. It is a peaceful solution that rarely ever gets violent. C. It’s a negative sometimes because I can get wrapped up in finding a solution and tune other important things in my life.
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  • Fall '17
  • Therese Letourneau

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