This paper explores how to apply negotiation strategies to address potential conflicts in the workplace. It also determines how evidence-based management could be applied to the work environment you researched. Then, it explains the blocks, stages, and methods of creative decision making to determine the best approach the employer should follow when making managerial decisions. Finally, explores the environmental and strategic factors that affect the organizational design of the company.
Discuss how you could apply negotiation strategies to address potential conflicts in the workplace.
Conflict happens daily, whether it happens individually or between two or more individuals. Conflict can be bad or good depending on how an individual or group respond and understand conflict. Conflict when viewed results from caring. When each person involved in the conflict needs something. Each person becomes frustrated because he or she realized that he or she has to give up something that he or she likes or cannot obtain something that he or she desires.
There are different levels of conflict, these are:
* Intrapersonal Conflict: The conflict that is happening inside of an individual is intrapersonal conflict. This type of conflict takes place when there is an inconsistency in our ideas, attitudes, emotions or values.
* Interpersonal Conflict: Interpersonal conflict is the conflict that takes place between individuals--friends, family members, couples or even strangers. These types of conflicts usually take place when people communicate directly with each other.
* Intergroup Conflict: Conflict that occurs within a small group of people is intergroup conflict. These conflicts can involve members of a family or workplace team and usually stem from individual differences that end up affecting the entire group.
* Intergroup Conflict- Intergroup conflict occurs between different groups (Hellriegel & Solcum, 2011).
Negotiation takes place...