BUS-500 DB4-R3

BUS-500 DB4-R3 - DISCUSSION BOARD REPLY 4 I witnessed...

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DISCUSSION BOARD REPLY 4 I witnessed workplace conflict in my professional work experience. An employee constantly addressed their concerns to the manager about being stress on the job. The employee would also ask questions to the manager in regards to a case, and felt as if the manager didn’t want to help. The manager would make sarcastic remarks, and ridicule her front of others. The employee eventually felt as if it was useless to address any concerns to the manager, and kept to herself to avoid conflict. The traditional view of conflict is the belief that all conflict is harmful and must be avoided (Robbins & Judge, 2009, p. 485). Conflict was view negatively, and it was used synonymously with such terms as violence, destruction, and irrationality to reinforce its negative connotation (Robbins & Judge, 2009, p. 485). Conflict was seen as a dysfunctional outcome resulting from poor communication, a lack of openness and trust between people, and the failure to managers to be responsive to the needs and aspiration
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