Unformatted text preview: gestive language that hinted I was a guilty. The more my peers judged me, the harder I worked to prove myself clean. Their aggressive approach made me work harder to clear my name in the office. When I found the mistake, my coworkers apologized, then told me that I should have noticed the computer error earlier. Confrontational conflict man-agement was used. It was not effective. This style of conflict management elevated my anxiety and made me upset. Based on what I’ve learned, I would have approached this situation with Cooperative conflict management style. I would have chosen this because then we could have worked together to find the missing money instead of accusing someone in hopes of a confession. This whole experience has made me lose respect for my fellow employees and could have been remedied by using cooperative manage-ment style....
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- Spring '11
- Management, coworkers, Matthew Aron, Confrontational conflict man, Cooperative conflict management, sug gestive language