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Discover Your Conflict Management Style Revised ed. Edition
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There is a 45-question inventory of couplet questions that the reader is asked to complete prior to reading the short, 40-page text. (From a design standpoint, one might ask why this is in the back of the book, rather than the first thing presented.) This will give clues based on the six styles of conflict management where the reader falls within the categories. It is not a rigid classification system -- my own completion showed an equal high score in three of the six categories, and a tie for second place for two others.
The six categories are Persuasion, Compulsion, Avoidance/Accommodation, Collaboration, Negotiation, and Support. Most people will recognise that their own conflict management styles are a combination of these types, which get defined carefully and described in some detail despite the low number of pages in the text. Most people will however tend toward a few types of conflict management -- Leas gives clues as to how one can improve, both within and outside of the category. Leas shows the benefits of each style and the drawbacks of each style.
Effective use of this tool requires honesty on the part of the reader. One can decide to be a collaborator or a supporter, but one should honestly answer the questions and recognise the starting point.Read more ›
I think another benefit is that we often choose a process (unconsciously), but then change in midstream to get what we want, and this leads to a sense of betrayal. If we can avoid that mistake, and make the process clear, then there is more acceptance and less betrayal and loss of trust in the future.
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This is a great little book. It has been very helpful to me in better understanding all the options I have for dealing with conflict in the different areas of my life.Published 8 months ago by Spaeweller
Absolutely Amazing!! If you have ANY conflict in ANY relationship (and who doesn't), then this is THE book to read and table!!Published 14 months ago by Geoffrey H. Law
An excellent resource to use to assist groups and leaders in better understanding their predominant conflict style.Published 19 months ago by mysticelder
I have really enjoyed reading this book and would highly recommend it to others. It really helped me to understand how I deal with conflictsPublished 20 months ago by Jonathancross@s...
This book has really affected my approach to conflict resolution and management. It is very insightful, and a good resource for self-knowledge.Published on March 16, 2014 by Pepe Ruiz, S.J.