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CONFLICT MANAGEMENT
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GROUP MEMBERS R Adnan Waheed Khan d Saeed Adnan Siddiqui d Muhammad Wasif Qureshi d Rehan Zaheer d Anas Abdul Basit Farooqi
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INDEX d Definition of conflict d Conflict management d Types of conflict management d Causes of conflict management d Conflict resolution d Steps & Types of conflict resolution
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               Conflict is a natural disagreement resulting from individuals or groups that differ in attitudes, beliefs, values or needs. It can also originate from past rivalries and personality differences
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Conflict Management Conflict management is the practice of identifying and handling conflict in a sensible, fair, and efficient manner
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Types of Conflict R Relationship Conflicts R Data Conflicts R Interest Conflicts R Structural Conflicts
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Relationship Conflicts d Strong negative emotions d Misperceptions d Poor communication d Repetitive negative behaviors
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Data Conflicts d Lack of information Disagree on which data is relevant Different interpretations of information Poor communication
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Interest Conflicts d Substantive issues d Procedural issues d Psychological issues
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Structural Conflicts d Limited physical resources or authority d Geographic constraints d Time d Organizational changes
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