Reflective Thinking

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Reflective Thinking Assignment

In a 5-6 page paper, reflect on the nature of conflict and the negotiation process. Power struggles often end up as negotiation and bargaining scenarios. One place to trace historic negotiations between management and labor is the National Labor Relations Board website (see https://www.nlrb.gov). Go to the website and link to Cases and decisions found next to the News menu. Choose a famous case, summarize the conflict, describe the negotiation issues, and summarize the eventual outcome of the case. Once you have done this, evaluate the form of conflict present and how the negotiation process helped to resolve the conflict.

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Nature of Conflict and the Negotiation Process
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NATURE OF CONFLICT AND THE NEGOTIATION PROCESS

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The nature of conflict is that it is a process of divergence and declining opportunity. This
happens when two parties or individuals are in conflict, and they typically take the contradictory
edges of the issue. They strengthen their point by overstressing their circumstance, generating
additional expanse between themselves (De Dreu, 2010). When there is an escalation of the
conflict, the two opposite sides become more unyielding in preserving their status and
terminating that of the other conflicting side. The Negotiation is a term used to mean the decision
making the form in which the conflicting parties talk to each other in a determination to find
resolution on their conflicting interests. It further defines win-win situations for the parties
involved (solutions that are mutually acceptable) (Swann & Bosson, 2008).
Conflict in the modern world is common, and it may be helpfully be regarded as an
outcome of the varied situational perspectives, differences in values and belief systems ensuring
the conflicting parties’ amassed conditioning and life experience. Further, it may be because of
the differences in interests and objectives. Dealing with the conflicts effectively necessitates the
countenance and management of the conflicting parties' differing values belief systems,
perspectives, and interests. It is significant to define the negotiation perspectives as the
participants are so that the conflict is fully resolved (Swann & Bosson, 2008).
The negotiations are essential because they define the common grounds that can be used
to solve the conflict effectively, in other instances the differences that the parties share are
essential to determine the best way forward. The overlapping interests of the participating groups
include the shared resources such as relationships including colleagues and common friends.
Other overlapping interests include economically solving the conflict (De Dreu, 2010).
Interdependence of the decision-making in neg...

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