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Managing Team Conflict More EffectivelyBy Global Knowledge - An excellent article in adobe acrobat (pdf) that helps you deal more effectively with conflict in groups and manage team conflict more effectively. (Added: 21-Jun-2007 Hits: 7650 )
Resolving Conflict in Work TeamsBy NA - Outstanding article full of hints, tips and ideas about how to deal with conflict constructively within a team environment. Includes conflict resolution methods, listening for meaning, and handling of negative conflict. (Added: 6-Jul-2004 Hits: 6614 )
Constructive Management of Conflict in GroupsBy Rex C. Mitchell, Ph.D. - Conflict is inevitable in groups, and its management (and mismanagement) has strong effects on group dynamics. Therefore, it is critically important for specialists in group work to understand conflict and how to manage it constructively. This article provides a concise overview of important conflict management concepts and strategies for those working in group settings. Presented first is a brief conceptual basis for understanding conflict and group members' behavior when in conflict, followed by specific recommendations for managing and making use of conflict in groups. (Added: 18-Nov-2003 Hits: 1453 )
Teambuilding And ConflictBy Peter Grazier - In team building, you will hear people say that %u201Cconflict%u201D is good for teams, and so they encourage it. What I think they mean is that %u201Cdisagreement%u201D is good for teams. Conflict has an emotional component that tends to be destructive, whereas, disagreement is a non-emotional presentation of differing viewpoints. (Added: 20-Apr-2001 Hits: 1308 )
Cross Cultural Conflict Resolution in TeamsBy John Ford - The use of teams represents an important change in the way we work. The theory is that through the interdependency of the parts greater productivity is achieved by the whole. Experience has been less kind. One reason that teams fail to meet performance expectations is their paralysis through unresolved conflict. This article focuses on the impact of culture on the prevention and resolution of conflict in teams. (Added: 12-Aug-2005 Hits: 3423 )
Using Conflict to Your AdvantageBy Teri Tompkins - Focuses on the positive benefits that can result from conflict within groups. Presents a model for Conflict in Four Stages of Organizational Learning (Added: 6-Jul-2004 Hits: 1836 )
Dealing with team conflict and problem solving Ė Drama Triangle ModelBy ScrumSense - The Drama Triangle is a model that will assist you, the Team Coach or Scrum Master, understand how the team member is possibly dealing with the conflict within the team or any given scenario. The Drama Triangle is a model developed by Stephen Karpman, in which a person takes on one of three habitual psychological roles within a particular situation. It is important to note that these roles occupy positions of behaviour and not statements of identity. Also important to note that one may perform one behaviour type in one context and quite another in a different context (Added: 22-Apr-2014 Hits: 775 )
How to Manage Group ConflictBy Carter McNamara - Includes some techniques to facilitate getting team members "unstuck", and some really valuable tips for facilitators when their function is to help manage or reduce conflict in teams and groups. (Added: 10-Aug-2012 Hits: 1173 )
Constructive Management of Conflict in GroupsBy Rex C. Mitchell, Ph.D. - Presents conflict management concepts and strategies for those working in group settings. Includes a brief conceptual basis for understanding conflict and group members' behavior when in conflict. Also specific recommendations for managing and making use of conflict in groups. (Added: 12-Jul-2004 Hits: 3462 )
How to Complain About A ColleagueBy Ian Harrison - When you have done all you can to avoid a co-worker with whom you have a beef, and when you have done your all to concentrate on the quality of your job performance to no avail, it is time to address the matter firsthand. (Added: 24-May-2005 Hits: 1668 )
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