What is conflict transformation theory?
According to Berghof Foundation, conflict transformation means: It aims to transform negative destructive conflict into positive constructive conflict and deals with structural, behavioural and attitudinal aspects of conflict. The term refers to both the process and the completion of the process.
Why is conflict not always bad?
But not all conflict is bad! Conflict is always difficult, but it leads to growth and change, which is good. No one likes pain, but pain wakes you up and tells you when to react. When conflict does occur, the results may be positive or negative, depending upon how those involved choose to approach it.
How do you write a conflict resolution?
The Five Steps to Conflict Resolution
- Step 1: Define the source of the conflict. The more information you have about the cause of the problem, the more easily you can help to resolve it.
- Step 2: Look beyond the incident.
- Step 3: Request solutions.
- Step 4: Identify solutions both disputants can support.
- Step 5: Agreement.
How do you create a productive conflict?
How to use productive conflict
- Start by identifying common ground.
- Refrain from talking about the other person.
- Identify levels of agreement.
- Treat it like a debate (and really listen)
What are negative effects of conflict?
Examples of negative outcomes include the following:
- Increased stress and anxiety among individuals, which decreases productivity and satisfaction.
- Feelings of being defeated and demeaned, which lowers individuals’ morale and may increase turnover.
Can conflicts be positive?
Conflict is often something that we try to avoid. Positive conflict is constructive in nature. It produces new ideas, solves continuous problems, provides an opportunity for people and teams to expand their skills, and fosters creativity. When opposing ideas are explored, a breakthrough of thinking can occur.