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UOTTAWACMN 4131Howard Martin Winter

CMN 4131 Chapter 1: CMN 4131 Chapter 1 Notes

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Reconsidering conflict: how we see, interpret, and react to conflict ourselves is almost always a consequence of our past environment. Conflict occurs
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Howard Martin Winter

CMN 4131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences, Problem Solving, Final Crisis

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Preliminary steps in preparing to negotiate (1) define and prioritize all your interests: you must thoroughly consider all matters related to your part
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Howard Martin Winter

CMN 4131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: The Negotiation, Advantageous, Nonverbal Communication

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Negotiation is a process in which two or more parties communicate directly for the purpose of coming to agreement on some action that one or more of th
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Howard Martin Winter

CMN 4131 Chapter 6: CMN 4131 Chapter 6 Notes

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Conflict can exist but not be a dispute. Two parties can have incompatible beliefs or interests with a great potential for conflict, yet no dispute act
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Howard Martin Winter

CMN 4131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Active Listening, Nonverbal Communication

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Not aggressive in approach. teaches parties to listen to the other parties position. Not an either or approach but both. Argumentative: argument aimed
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UOTTAWACMN 4131Howard Martin Winter

CMN 4131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Anti-Abortion Movements

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There are different ways of classifying conflict. It is importance to understand the difference and the level to which they are occurring. Material lev
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