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Conflict Resolution
Preventing, Managing and Resolving Conflict

Ground Rules must always be in place for two or more people to solve problems and resolve conflicts.

First step is to agree to have a "dialogue". Dialogue is defined as an exchange of conversation between two or more people.

Major point here is that once everyone has a chance to be listed to and to listen you have a change to make "change.

The ability to "change". Whether it is a change in behavior or a change in situation, "change" is an essential part of resolving conflicts.

Here is a list of ideas on what makes it possible for change to happen. Do you have ideas on what makes Change possible? Send your ideas to us via e-mail to camp@campinternet.net

 

  • People tend to change when they have participated in the decision to change.

  • People tend to support change they help design; they tend to resist change they do not help design.

  • People tend to change when they are convinced that rewards for change exceed the pain of change.

  • People tend to change when they see others changing.

  • People tend to change more readily in an environment free from threat and judgment.

  • People tend to change more readily when they have, or can acquire, the competencies, knowledge or skills required by the change.

  • People tend to change to the extent that they trust the motives of the person(s) attempting to induce change.

  • People tend to change more readily if they are able to influence reciprocally the person who is attempting to influence them.

  • People tend to resist change to the extent that they feel change is imposed upon them.

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