ECE _ DSST Organizational Behavior

Compromising is a situation in which each party to a

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Compromising is a situation in which each party to a conflict is willing to give up something. In compromising, there is no clear winner or loser. Rather, there is a willingness to ration the object of the conflict and accept a solution that provides incomplete satisfaction of both parties’ concerns. The distinguishing characteristic of compromising is that each party intends to give something up. An example might be the willingness to accept a raise of $1 an hour rather than $2. Stage IV, or the behavior stage of the conflict process, is where the conflict becomes visible . This stage includes the statements, actions, and reactions made by the conflicting parties. These conflict behaviors are usually overt attempts to implement each party’s intentions. But these behaviors have a stimulus quality that is separate from intentions. As a result of miscalculations or unskilled enactments, overt behaviors sometimes deviate from original intentions. The action-reaction interplay between the conflicting parties results in outcomes
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