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BUAD 304 - Lecture 4

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Click to edit Master subtitle style BUAD 304 Leading Organizations Lecture Session #4 Leader as Conflict Handler & Negotiator Leader as Politician
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Preferred Conflict-Handling Style Competing : Satisfy own interest regardless of  impact on other Collaborating : Satisfy fully concerns of all parties Avoiding : Withdraw from or suppress conflict Accommodating : Place opponents interests above  own interests Compromising : Each party gives up something Score from 4 to 20 on each style
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In what situations are each of these  styles likely to be most effective?  (take 5  Competing Collaborating Avoiding Accommodating Compromising
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Video Bullies on the Job
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What Causes Bullying? Desire to dominate others Protecting one’s power (especially when  threatened) Protecting one’s ego (especially when  threatened)
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Power, Incompetence, and  Aggression Power �  expected competence
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