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Conflict Resolution Conflict Resolution All social places and institutions have the possibility of indulging in conflict or misunderstanding between two or more people. Hospitals are exciting places where healthcare workers acquire various work experiences and social knowledge concepts. The most exciting factor that enhances working in a healthcare environment is not dependent on the probable existence of misunderstanding and conflicts, but on how we tend to handle the problem in the institution. There are various situations that might be depicted between two people. Resolving a misunderstanding between people is a social ethic that should be embraced in all institutions. Still, problems and the demanding situations that come as a result are complicated due to the need to identify and use a prudent form of action in resolving the issue. In solving various problems and misunderstandings between two people, how the issue gets resolved may be influenced by the relationship the two people may have. In some instances, the relationship is able to be salvaged, in other instances the relationship is not. However, trying to avoid conflicts is the worst form of action. It enhances unsolved issues allowing the pile up of these problems to develop negative ill feelings concerning the matter. Through different experiences, I have acquired various communication and problem-solving skills. My mentors have shared with me their experiences, and I have learned from personal experiences how to be an effective communicator, which has also led me to be a leader. One experience with conflict resolution I have experienced was when I was chosen as a patient care technician representative for my unit’s shared governance committee. It was an exciting position I was eager to become involved with, and looking back now, I see that it was a huge responsibility. I was happy to be chosen as representative, and my management skills grew stronger each day as I was faced with issues. Once I joined, I was invited to a council meeting with other peers on different units in the hospital. During this council meeting with those other units, conflicts and misunderstandings between two colleagues developed. The misunderstanding led to an argument resulting in the two colleagues verbally attacking each other. This was a horrible ordeal. One of the other representatives from my unit was trying to explain their thoughts on the situation, but a verbal altercation developed. I began to evaluate the cause of the conflict and establish a resolution. This was the worst feeling I had endured while trying to solve a problem as a leader. This was my greatest challenge, and I had to overcome it. My notion of solving the problem was to follow the ethical nursing codes of enhancing the nursing perspectives of always being true to yourself, to other people, and to the society. This code is evaluated under the component of nursing provisions and leadership. This is the approach I took to ensure that peace, unity, and communication between the two groups were enhanced. I systematically followed the approach of identifying and evaluating the available facts about what resulted in the conflict. Also, understanding during the problem-solving process, I sought the narration from the two people who started the argument. I also inquired perspectives of the other staff members present in the hall when the argument started. Due to the dishonest path some people tend to take to enhance the defense of their own, I choose to get the narratives of all the people involved and analyze the roots of the problem from this point to resolving conflicts. As the representative from my unit, I had an obligation to address and solve the problem. This was facilitated by involving myself in the situation, from the identified cause of the problem. By acknowledging that the challenging situation is present, I, along with another representative’s help, managed to calm the crowd down and enhance a calmer environment. Through the process, no one could blame each other nor point fingers on each other. This affiliated the engagement on the underlying issues. This was enhanced by letting the two emotional individuals who started the argument to calmly express their feelings by defining why they felt wronged. As well as determining underlying need of the two people involved to practice active listening and appreciating that other person's perspectives are right, but different. By systematically identifying the underlying issue that corresponds to the obtainment of the underlying needs of the conflicted people is enhanced. Through discussion, a common point of agreement was facilitated to strengthen equality and satisfaction. This helped to improve appropriate, equal, and satisfying solutions to the demonstrated need. We managed to resolve the conflicts and they were able to apologize for what had occurred. This was a divided bond that was reunited. The ethics of my future career as a professional nurse does not support the arguments. As a leader, I keep myself acquainted with skills to manage productive, healthy and controlled arguments as it enhances humanity's cognitive and social development. In my opinion, constructive views facilitate lively discussions, which enhances favorable resolutions of misunderstanding and conflict. Most of us have been trained and cultivated to look at any argument as rude and unprofessional or as a situation that facilitates comfortability. Humanity will develop more social and cognitive benefits when there is an occurrence of communication when having productive arguments. It facilitates the discussion among the conflicted people, enhancing the better understanding and comprehension of the varied perceptions. Being a great nurse does mean that we must behave in a specified manner that articulates our duties and roles as a professional nurse. Having excellent problem-solving skills, which are notably acquired through experience, leadership and communication makes a good nurse. By helping to solve the conflict in our shared governance meeting I showed my problem-solving techniques. I was able to articulate and demonstrate those skills and techniques during this situation. This conflict allowed me to utilize those skills. To conclude, every social institution has different issues that arise. Being able to stand out and facilitate the conflict resolution is a significant step. As a professional nurse, I will embrace the ability to understand how to solve various conflicts while using what I have learned in this particular situation. Consequently, nursing ethics and cores form a symbol of unity and selflessness. Ethics are essential to developing and advancing nursing practices and skills in communication. Essay Requirements: Describe a time when you helped bridge an existing divide among people groups, or flattened the social inequities inherent in society. This could be in the community, at school, in church/synagogue/mosque, or at home. In your essay, please explain: o o o o What was the problem you saw? How did you feel about it? What did you do to contribute to solving the problem? Why are you passionate about this issue? This activity should naturally reflect the first provision of the American Nursing Association’s Code of Ethics: “The nurse practices with compassion and respect for the inherent dignity, worth, and personal attributes of every person, without prejudice.” When describing the activity, please also answer the following questions: o o How does your activity reflect this? How might participation in this activity contribute to making you a great nurse? Examples might include, but are not limited to, working regularly in a soup kitchen, organizing a clothing/book/school supplies drive, organizing tutoring classes in a Boys & Girls Club, or being a literacy volunteer at the library. Additional Requirements: The following are required components of the assignment submission: o Title page that includes name, date, and essay title o 1000 word minimum (4 pages) to 1250 word maximum (5 pages) o Body is organized well to address components of Essay Description above. o Typed, double spaced, with introduction and conclusion o Appropriate use of English language o Includes photos of student activity o Includes completed Black Education Matters Application document o Includes a copy of a driver’s license or an approved state identification. o Includes at least one note of confirmation from a third party non-family member who can verify prospective student’s described activity, e.g. director of soup kitchen. Assignment Rubric: Your essay submission will be scored on the following rubric. You are encouraged to review the rubric throughout assignment development. Assignment Criteria Does Not Meet 1 Approaches 2 Meets 3 Exceeds 4 Criterion: Content Topic is inappropriate to essay criteria, inaccurate understanding of concepts, unclear and difficult to understand; does not address many assignment requirements. Information has weak or no connection to the assignment topic. Topic is mostly covered and appropriate to essay criteria; mostly clear and understandable; lacks some of the requirements of the essay description and/or provides little detail; Information relates to the main topic, but few details and/or examples are given. Topic is covered completely and appropriate to essay criteria; overview of key concept dimensions is evident; clear and understandable; addresses all of the requirements of the essay description, with adequate attention to detail. Includes photos. In-depth coverage of topic; outstanding clarity and explanation of activity demonstrated in information presented; approaches essay criteria with depth and breadth, without redundancy, using clear and focused details. Photos enhance narrative. Criterion: Organization Organization is confusing and interferes with reader’s ability to follow ideas. Weak or no introduction of topic or purpose is unclear, weak, or missing. Conclusion lacks a summary of topic, or is missing or irrelevant. Ideas are sometimes disorganized or irrelevant; Flow is sometimes choppy; somewhat clear organization. Basic introduction that states topic but is presented in an uninteresting way. Conclusion contains basic summary of topic without final concluding ideas, may inappropriately introduces new information. Structures ideas in a coherent, organized order that has good flow and an obvious framework. Proficient introduction that is interesting and states topic. Conclusion contains good summary of topic with credible concluding ideas and introduces no new information. Exceptionally clear, logical, mature, and thorough organization permitting smooth flow of ideas; Introduction that grabs interest of reader and states topic in clear, unambiguous terms. Excellent concluding summary with succinct and precise ideas that impact reader. Criterion: Quality of Writing Style and voice inappropriate or do not address given audience, purpose, etc. Word choice is excessively redundant, clichéd, and unspecific. Inconsistent grammar, spelling, punctuation, and paragraphing. Surface errors are pervasive enough that they impede communication of meaning. Style and voice are somewhat appropriate to given audience and purpose. Word choice is often unspecific, generic, redundant, and clichéd. Repetitive mechanical errors distract the reader. Inconsistencies in language, sentence structure, and/or word choice are present. Style and voice are appropriate to the given audience and purpose. Word choice is specific and purposeful, and somewhat varied throughout. Minimal mechanical or typographical errors are present, but are not overly distracting to the reader. Correct sentence structure and audience-appropriate language are used. Style and voice are not only appropriate to the given audience and purpose, but also show originality and creativity. Word choice is specific, purposeful, dynamic and varied. Free of mechanical and typographical errors. A variety of sentence structures and effective figures of speech are used. Writer is clearly in command of standard, written, academic English.
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Conflict Resolution
All social places and institutions have the possibility of indulging in conflict or
misunderstanding between two or more people. Hospitals are exciting places where healthcare
workers acquire various work experiences and social knowledge concepts. The most exciting
factor that enhances working in a healthcare environment is not dependent on the probable
existence of misunderstanding and conflicts, but on how we tend to handle the problem in the
institution. Various situations might be depicted between two people. Resolving a
misunderstanding between people is a social ethic that should be embraced in all institutions.
Still, problems and the demanding situations that come as a result are complicated due to the
need to identify and use a prudent form of action in resolving the issue.
In solving various problems and misunderstandings between two people, how the issue
gets resolved may be influenced by the relationship the two people may have. In some instances,
the relationship is able to be salvaged, in other instances, the relationship is not. However, trying
to avoid conflicts is the worst form of action. It enhances unsolved issues allowing the pile-up of
these problems to develop negative, ill feelings concerning the matter. Through different
experiences, I have acquired various communication and problem-solving skills. My mentors
have shared with me their experiences, and I have learned from personal experiences how to be
an effective communicator, which has also led me to be a leader.
One experience with conflict resolution I have experienced was when I was chosen as a
patient care technician representative for my unit's shared governance committee. It was an
exciting position I was eager to become involved with, and looking back now. I see that it was a
huge responsibility. I was happy to be chosen as a representative, and my management skills

CONFLICT RESOLUTION

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grew stronger each day as I was faced with issues. Once I joined, I was invited to a council
meeting with other peers on different units in the hospital. During this council meeting with
those other units, conflicts and misunderstandings between two colleagues developed. The
misunderstanding led to an argument resulting in the two colleagues verbally attacking each
other. This was a horrible ordeal. One of the other representatives from my unit was trying to
explain their thoughts on the situation, but a verbal altercation developed. I began to evaluate the
cause of the conflict and establish a resolution. This was the worst feeling I had endured while
trying to solve a problem as a leader.
This was my greatest chal...


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