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We often frown upon conflict situations in the work place because we assume that their outcome is always negative. However, this is often not always true. Conflict can also be turned into a positive force that can increase personal and organizational effectiveness. Conflict PowerPoint Presentation Content slides include topics such as: the definition of conflict, 10+ slides on symptoms and causes of conflict, 5 methods to handle conflict, slides on group conflict and causes, slides with ways to address conflict: ignoring - stifling, defusing, organizational conflict: positive and negative aspects, 4 stages of conflict management, 20+ slides on organizational conflict and conflict management strategies, 17 points on how to overcome deadlocks, 5 types of conflict deadlocks each with causes and techniques to handle: relationship - data - value - interests - structural, conflict models, strategies, 20+ tips, how to's and more. Slides can easily be tailored to your specific needs, use them with an LCD projector, make handouts, and/or create overheads. Each slide includes slide transitions, clipart and animation. Royalty Free - Use Them Over and Over Again. Once purchased, download instructions will be sent to you via email. (PC and MAC Compatible).

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program objectives
Program Objectives
  • Explain the difference between a disagreement and a conflict.
  • Explain the six causes of conflicts.
  • Explain the importance of talking out conflict.
  • Use two-way and assertive communication skills to level with people, to accept feedback from them, and to discuss/resolve problems.

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a challenge
A Challenge

Please write a One Sentence Definition of

C O N F L I C T.

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definition 1 of 2
Definition (1 of 2)
  • A situation in which someonebelieves that his or her own needs have been denied.

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definition 2 of 2
Definition (2 of 2)
  • “The goal of organizational leadership is not to eliminate conflict, but to use it.”
  • “Conflict is a predictable social phenomenon and should be channeled to useful purposes.”

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what do you think
What Do You Think?
  • When you hear the word . . .

CONFLICT

  • What do you think and what images come to you . . .

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symptoms of conflict 1 of 4
Symptoms Of Conflict (1 of 4)
  • Tensions.
  • No desire to communicate.
  • Work not done properly.
  • Disastrous meetings.
  • Anger occurs quickly and easily.

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symptoms of conflict 2 of 4
Symptoms Of Conflict (2 of 4)
  • Failing productivity.
  • Slipping morale.
  • Absenteeism.
  • Accidents.
  • Escalating costs.
  • Slamming doors.
  • Shouting.
  • Bad times.

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symptoms of conflict 3 of 4
Symptoms Of Conflict (3 of 4)
  • The employee (or employees) involved display no desire to communicate.
  • Bad tempers are evident.
  • Productivity is falling.
  • Morale is slipping.

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symptoms of conflict 4 of 4
Symptoms Of Conflict (4 of 4)
  • One or more of those involved frequently calls in sick.
  • Accidents and errors become more frequent.
  • Disagreements become more pronounced (shouting, slamming doors, etc.)

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dealing with resistance
Dealing With Resistance

The Five "A'S"

  • Avoidance.
  • Acceptance.
  • Adaptation.
  • Adamancy.
  • Attack (push back).

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symptoms versus causes
Symptoms Versus Causes

Symptoms:

  • Conditions brought on by other related situations; signs of a basic problem.

Causes:

  • The basic problems; situations that give rise to symptoms.

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causes of conflict
Causes of Conflict

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causes of conflict 1 of 3
Causes of Conflict (1 of 3)
  • Conflicts of belief:
    • People have different personal beliefs and any deviation from those beliefs is bound to cause problems. This type of conflict should not be allowed to erupt in an organization.

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defuse a conflict
Defuse A Conflict

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active listening
Active Listening

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conflicts deadlocks
Conflicts Deadlocks

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What is your next step?

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