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Non-Employment Conflict Manage Worksheet Indiv WK 4 CHConceptApplication of Concept in ScenarioCitation of Concept in ReadingPersonal Experience in your OrganizationInterferenceSebastian Byrd is the President of the Nature's gift Society. He was born and raised in New Oxford and had often explored the Wetlands. He has long been an advocate of preserving nature. Concerned about the building of any facility close to the wetlands, because he believes disturbing the wetlands will disturb the ecosystem. He has picked up the fight for the three residences who do not want to leave their homes. The Nature's gift Society has pledge $100,000 dollars to help with litigation costs."Interference or ...view middle of the document...

Wilmot and Hocker (2001) state that "avoidance leads to a downward spiral of avoidance" (p. 216). Avoidance spiral a person will begin to avoid another, rather than confront the conflict they perceive (Wilmot and Hocker). According to Wilmot and Hocker hurt feelings could arise as the conflict spirals out of control and the parties involved may have a breakdown in communication leading to more conflict (2007).My friend was having a difficult time with her management company to her apartment building. She was paying her rent on time so when she was given a three day pay or quit notice she ignored it thinking that she did not have speak to anyone because she had already paid. The situation spiraled out of control when she was charge fees for late payment of rent and was called by corporate office about the situation. Because she avoided the situation, she had to go to her bank and get copies of the payment transaction and the company had to investigate it. Had she worked it out with the complex and not gotten corporate involved she would not have to go through the headache of dealing with the problem.NegotiationThe decreasing volume of salmon in Wamayo River Basin has caused serious conflicts. There are different interest groups that have their own idea of how the Wamayo can be used. The environment groups want to preserve the wildlife and the commercial industry wants to use the water to increase business. Using an alternative dispute resolution to solve the conflict will allow all parties to save money on litigation cost. While mediation and negotiating are very good alternatives, due to the nature of the conflict arbitration would be the best fit.In both our personal and work lives, we negotiate to make decisions that are acceptable to everyone concerned (Wilmot & Hocker, 2007 p.3).Many times my team and I have to come up with strategies for production. The team has to look at what is running and when it is going to stop so that we may be able to put a hot item in the schedule or even stop what we are doing to get an order done quicker. Some of the team members may want talking to people on the line that are running the product or the other team members just what to look at the numbers. Many times, we would have to negotiate what needs to be done to complete the order on time.InterdependentTracy little is very afraid of the M-Core deal because the city said through a letter that she and her mother who is sick may be thrown out and M-core needs the property that Little is on to build the projects."A person who is not depend...


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