The Conflict Management

The Conflict Management

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Conflict Management

Sonia Jackson

Phoenix University

One of the strongest changes in today’s organizations is relying on creative and

innovative team building. Without creativity and innovation in a team will become

stagnant and the objective set by the organization will not be met. Therefore, keeping

teams motivating and participating in team building projects is essential for both leaders

and employees.

To create teams that are creative an organization must be willing to adapt to the

following: open mind, have inquiring minds and the desire to come up with new ideas,

never be satisfied, must assume everything needs improving, not be unduly concerned

about the opinions of others, appreciate the importance of creative efforts, get beyond

personal habits and attitudes that have been adopted, put aside critical, analytical, judicial

thinking while working creatively and use extended efforts to seek multiplicity of ideals.

Once an organization includes these characteristics the teams are formed to solve

problems and complete task in efficient and rapid time.

To prepare a team to be innovated a company must be willing to move the employees

through four stages which are:

1. Forming

2. Storming

3. Norming

4. Performing (daily news 2008)

When a company moves the employees through these four stages it should prove to be

smooth transaction when developing new teams and beginning a task.

Forming occurs when the team meets for the first time and discovers the task for the

group. During this stage potential friendships and similar interest emerge to see how the

team handles working together and the task that has been assigned to the group. Forming

the leadership for the team usually takes place in this phase and within minutes strategies

are discussed for ways the team complete the project.

In the storming phase, disagreements may arise...

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