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Question so you where their response is coming from:
Tell about a time when you handled a
conflict or disagreement badly. What conflict management style did you
use at the time? What lesson did you learn from that situation that can
make you more effective at handling conflict in the future? What
conflict management style would you use in the future now that you know
about conflict management?
When I was 16 I got into an argument with another kid in my high
school gym class. We were playing dodgeball and I hit this kid with the
ball, he was supposed to get out of the game but he stayed in and
pretended like it didn’t hit him. I then proceeded to throw a ball
directly at his face. This led to him coming over to my side of the
court and we got into a screaming match face to face. At the time, I
probably used a competitive style of conflict management. Now that I’m
older and way more mature than I used to be, I would probably use the
avoidance conflict style and not throw a ball at his face. Using this
style would’ve avoided the conflict as a whole since the argument was
over something as stupid as a dodgeball game to begin with.
A time I handled a conflict or disagreement badly was when I was in
the military, I got in a disagreement with one of the guy in my unit.
The disagreement was over Brazilian Portuguese and how is a type of
Spanish. I said that Brazilian Portuguese is Spanish, and my friend said
that it is a form of Spanish, we were saying the same thing but in a
different way. The conflict style I used was cooperating style, the
lesson that I learned is sometimes when you are in a disagreement you
are saying the right answer but a different way and just because it is
different doesn’t mean that it is wrong. The style I would use in the
future is good communication because if I was communicating and
listening to what the other person was saying the disagreement wouldn’t