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Conflict Resolution Quiz
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You were provided with the top 3 areas of conflict. Two of these were Conflicting Roles and Conflicting Styles. The third was Conflicting ________________.CorrectIncorrect
In the Focused Insights Conflict Resolution model, what fear to you not want to trigger in a Focus Behavior Style of the “C”? ______________________.CorrectIncorrect
Collaboration is the act of finding an answer or solution to a strong disagreement between people, groups, etc., resulting in calming angry arguments and finding agreement.CorrectIncorrect
In the Conflict Resolution model of Focused Insights, the “C” Focus Behavioral Style measures what is going on by how a person responds to rules and regulations that are set by others in the conflict.CorrectIncorrect
A person that highly values Personal Freedom and is involved in a team conflict of some sort, may really try to do whatever they feel necessary to gain an advantage or even quit the team if a better offer comes along.CorrectIncorrect
In the Conflict Resolution model of Focused Insights, which one(s) of the following will help you be most effective with the Focused Behavioral Style “I”?CorrectIncorrect
If you are an “S” Focus Behavioral Style and in conflict with a “C” Focus Behavioral Style, your best way(s) to gain a positive resolution is toCorrectIncorrect