Are you Sensitive about Conflicts at Work?

Aliya Khan By Aliya Khan, 22nd Jun 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
Posted in Wikinut>Business>Employment

The workplace is one such environment where individual differences and perceptions could easily lead to either overt or covert conflicts.

Are you Sensitive about Conflicts at Work?

Conflict sensitivity is being able to realize that the reactions, actions, words or behaviors of one person could trigger a conflict either with another or a group of people. The workplace is one such environment where individual differences and perceptions could easily lead to either overt or covert conflicts. It is therefore helpful to gauge how sensitive we are to others so that we do not trigger conflicts with our workmates. Rate yourself against the following parameters and score your conflicts sensitivity mark.

Use of Vernacular:
Are you keen on using you vernacular whenever you are engaged in a chat with colleague with whom you share a mother tongue? As you engage in the vernacular chat, do you realize that there are other people in the office who do not understand what you are talking about and who may feel left out in the conversation? In cases where you were chatting in your mother tongue with a friend and a colleague from another community joins you, do you consider it courteous to change the language top one that everyone can understand or do you continue regardless of whether the colleague understand what you are saying or not?

Gossip:
Are you kind of person who generously opens up their mouth and utters whatever comes to mind about other people? Are you always itching to leave the office over tea or lunch breaks so that you can tell others the latest ‘hot news’ about your other colleagues or even your boss? Does it bother you that you rarely first seek to confirm the truth about some of the allegations you level against your colleagues.

Language:
Do you usually think twice before uttering certain words to your colleagues sometimes in unpalatable language? Is it important to realize that people come from different backgrounds with strong convictions on certain issues? Do the differences in religious affiliations, tribal orientations and social backgrounds strike you as important when relating with people? Do you make quick accusations of other people without clearly appreciating the reasons for their behavior? Are you quick in making generalizations about people around you? If you have more than three positive responses to all the issues raised above, you may need to consider getting a workplace mentor to help you become more conflict sensitive.

Tags

Business, Employment, Employment Tips, Workmates

Meet the author

author avatar Aliya Khan
Aliya Khan is a natural home remedy expert. He broadcasts his thoughts and expertise to cure many health problems and diseases like Acne, Arthritis, Diabetes with natural herbal treatment.

Share this page

moderator johnnydod moderated this page.
If you have any complaints about this content, please let us know

Comments

author avatar Prasul Surendran
23rd Jun 2011 (#)

One shouldn't be nice thing that you discussed this here!

Reply to this comment

author avatar Http://www.bingstore.us
23rd Jun 2011 (#)

from this site:
( http://www.bingstore.us )

This is an online store operated for many years.have lots of new and old customers from United States and Europe now.
you can find many of cheap price,high quality,fashion brand products here .
All the products are sold to ex-factory price,Has a strong competitive advantage in the same industry.

we accept paypal payment and all the products and free shipping .
in order to requite customer ,if you order more .we will give gift be free.

1)if you purchase of more then two pairs of shoes or more than $100 once ,you can have a pair of socks worth $5 be free.
2)if you purchase of more than $200 once,you can have a pair of sunglasses or a cap be free.

more info of the products .please vist this site:
------------- http://www.bingstore.us

A good opportunity ,YOU MUST NOT MISS IT!!!

Reply to this comment

author avatar Rathnashikamani
23rd Jun 2011 (#)

Good points to note and adhere.

Reply to this comment

Add a comment
Username
Can't login?
Password