reflect an actual conflict, accountability conversation and negotiation that each student has personally experienced in their own life

DETAILS: Each assignment will reflect an actual conflict, accountability conversation and negotiation that each student has personally experienced in their own life, preferably in the last 12-18 months. If you are having a challenge with this, please talk to the professor well in advance of the deadlines to discuss your options.

CITATIONS & REFERENCES: Each assignment will have 6-8 in-text citations using at least three (3) different academic sources:

  • a minimum of 3 from the original textbook, and
  • a minimum of 3 from other course material or approved academic resources.
  • Non-academic sources may be used to support your work, however blogs, social media

outlets, Wikipedia, Buzzfeed, Dictionaries, etc. are NOT acceptable sources for these 6-8 references (so you can use other quotes, blogs, etc. but they do not count towards this requirement).

PAPER #1: Conflict

Using the text, Have a Nice Conflict, analyze a personal conflict you have experienced in the last 12-18 months. Follow these steps:

Step 1: EXPLAIN: Briefly EXPLAIN the conflict (who was involved, when, what the issue was, what exactly was said or done to create the conflict.)

Step 2: ANALYZE & EVALUATE: ANALYZE & EVALUATE the conflict using the core principles of anticipate, prevent, identify, manage and resolve (as outlined in the textbook). Include the following as you reflect, analyze and evaluate the conflict:

  • SDI & Motivational Values

o Discuss your MVS, how does your unique colour show up in this conflict? Where do your strengths or weaknesses show up in the conflict?

o What about the other person/party – what might their motivational value system be? Please give an example.

o What do you think were the intentions or motivations of the other person/party? What were your primary motivations or intentions in this conflict? Provide an example to illustrate.

  • Was the conflict resolved?

o If YESa`explain the resolution and evaluate the result.
o If NOa`discuss what you could do to resolve it or even if it can be resolved.

  • Provide examples to support your ideas.

Step 3: RECOMMENDATIONS: Based on what you have learned in the book, online lectures, activities and your own SDI assessments, answer the following in your recommendations:

  1. What 1-2 key things did you learn about yourself as you look back at this conflict?
  2. What 1-2 key things might you did differently in future conflicts?

 

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