case study ch 13 - Isabela K Tum Prof Morris-Henry Office Adm W 6:00 pm Homework Case Study Chapter 13-1 The five steps to resolve conflicts are

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Isabela K. Tum Prof. Morris-Henry Office Adm. W 6:00 pm Homework Case Study Chapter 13-1 The five steps to resolve conflicts are: Identify the problem, Look for solutions, Choose the best solution, Act, and Evaluate. Using these steps we can try to solve this problem of this member that has an attitude that is not very helpful for the planning committee. First we must identify the problem, which is that there is one member of the committee that wants everything done his way. This causes a problem because they should be working together and having one person think this way is not beneficial for the group. The second thing that must be done is look for a solution to this problem, talk it over with everyone what could be the best solution. Maybe try to explain to this member that his opinions are important but that there should be a consensus between everyone in the committee, if that doesn’t work maybe try to show this member that the
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Unformatted text preview: project will come out perfect only if they work together and everyone collaborate instead of each person trying to put their own opinion as the best. The third step is choosing which solution is the best to solve this problem, in this case I think that showing the member that the project will come out perfect if everyone pitch their ideas and they all work together, is the best solution. The forth step is to act, which means put this solution in practice. The fifth and final step is to evaluate your choice to solve the problem and see if it worked, if it didn’t this mean you have to start back at step one to find a better solution to this problem. In any case a solution that solver the problem should be found, and hopefully the first one works, if not just try another approach....
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