Looking into the result of lost in the mood activity

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Looking into the result of Lost in the mood activity, comprehension test, and also the recent experience in my workplace, I used different strategies in these different situations. Each strategy is appropriate in certain circumstance, depending on how the importance of the goal and the relationship. In the Lost in the moon activity, I was in a group with my friends, and the throughout the discussion I tend to agree with what they said. I was acting like a Teddy Bear. The scenario given incomprehension test, the goal and relationship have high importance to me, which made me an owl- Negotiating. Last but not least, the experience in my workplace experience I was clearly a shark- Forcing, as the goal to achieve something was important to me. Abraham Maslow once said, “if the only tool you have is a hammer, you tend to see each problem as a nail.” In the future, I would like to develop strong conflict management skill in order to resolve problems constructively.
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References DeChurch, L, Hamilton, K & Haas, C 2007, ‘Effects of Conflict Management Strategies on Perceptions of Intragroup Conflict’ , Group Dynamics: Theory, Research and Practice, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 66-78. Dignath, D, Kiesel, A & Eder, A 2014, ‘Flexible Conflict Management: Conflict Avoidance and Conflict Adjustment in Reactive Cognitive Control’ , Journal of Experimental Psychology, vol. 41, no. 4, pp. 975–988. Johnson, W 2014, Reaching Out: Interpersonal Effectiveness and Self- Actualization , 11 th edition, Pearson Education, United State. Lumsden, M & Wolfe, R 1996 , ‘Evolution of the Problem-Solving Workshop: An Introduction to Social-Psychological Approaches to Conflict Resolution’ , Journal of Peace Psychology, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 37-67. McLeod, L 2011 , Why Avoiding Conflict Keeps you Trap in it Forever , Huffington Post, viewed 10 April 2015, < http://www.huffingtonpost.com/lisa-earle-mcleod/why-avoiding-conflict- kee_b_891460.html >. Strenberg, R & Soriano, L 1984, ‘Styles of Conflict Resolution’ , Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, vol. 47, no.1, pp. 115-126. Warwick, J 2013, Stop Avoiding It – Why Conflict Is Good For You , Pick The Brain, viewed 25 April 2017, < https://www.pickthebrain.com/blog/stop- avoiding-it-why-conflict-is-good-for-you/ >.
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Appendix Lost in the moon worksheet
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