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For this discussion, reflect on your past or current career and choose a real-life conflict experience to examine in detail. Relate directly to the information and concepts from your studies to work through the following steps for your main discussion post: o Briefly describe the conflict scenario. o Describe how the conflict scenario relates to relationship conflict, task conflict, or both. o Identify the conflict management styles utilized by leaders in addressing the conflict. o Describe how the dimensions of power, criticality, and confrontation were taken into account in addressing the conflict. o Relate how Rue and Byars's eight basic guidelines were or might have been helpful in addressing the conflict (see page 147 of Essential Techniques for Healthcare Managers). o Share your insights on what went well and what could have been improved. There was one time when I was at a patient house last year she started cursing me out. I was on
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