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Confronting Conflict

Author : Friedrich Glasl
ISBN : PSU:000061567122
Genre : Psychology
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Confronting Conflict explains conflict resolution in companies, schools and communities
Category: Psychology

Confronting Conflict

Author : Deepa Mary Ollapally
ISBN : UOM:39015026856974
Genre : Political Science
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A good text for all those concerned with U.S. foreign policymaking.
Category: Political Science

Unstaging War Confronting Conflict And Peace

Author : Tony Fry
ISBN : 9783030247201
Genre : Philosophy
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This book presents the concept of ‘unstaging’ war as a strategic response to the failure of the discourse and institutions of peace. This failure is explained by exploring the changing character of conflict in current and emergent global circumstances, such as asymmetrical conflicts, insurgencies, and terrorism. Fry argues that this pluralisation of war has broken the binary relation between war and peace: conflict is no longer self-evident, and consequentially the changes in the conditions, nature, systems, philosophies and technologies of war must be addressed. Through a deep understanding of contemporary war, Fry explains why peace fails as both idea and process, before presenting ‘Unstaging War’ as a concept and nascent practice that acknowledges conflict as structurally present, and so is not able to be dealt with by attempts to create peace. Against a backdrop of increasingly tense relations between global power blocs, the beginnings of a new nuclear arms race, and the ever-increasing human and environmental impacts of climate change, a more viable alternative to war is urgently needed. Unstaging War is not claimed as a solution, but rather as an exploration of critical problems and an opening into the means of engaging with them.
Category: Philosophy

Walking Through Anger

Author : Christian Conte
ISBN : 9781683643289
Genre : Self-Help
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Discover a compassion-based method for defusing conflict and creating better relationships in every area of your life ? How do you respond to anger—in yourself or others? Do you fight fire with fire, or run for cover? Dr. Christian Conte created “Yield Theory” as a way to meet conflict without aggression or submissiveness through the practice of compassionate listening, de-escalation, and genuine communication. With Walking Through Anger, he teaches you this revolutionary model for dealing with anger and inflamed emotions in an increasingly divisive world. Combining Buddhist wisdom, neuroscience, and Dr. Conte’s hands-on experience as one of today’s top anger management therapists, he offers powerful tools for resolving conflict in a way that promotes deeper connection and understanding. Yield Theory is a form of radical self-compassion that lets you circumvent the brain’s fight-or-flight responses in yourself and the person you’re talking to. With an accessible style and practical guidance, Dr. Conte takes you through the seven steps of this potent method: acceptance, authenticity, conscious education, creativity, elimination of shame, mindfulness, and non-attachment. “Although Yield Theory has proven to be an effective tool for therapists and counselors,” says Dr. Conte, “it’s ultimately a way of life. In my experience, anyone from career criminals to parents can learn this approach to transform the way we understand each other—and our true Selves.”
Category: Self-Help

Peacemaker 101

Author : Roy J. Eidelson
ISBN : 0979176301
Genre : Conflict management
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Category: Conflict management

Managing Interpersonal Conflict

Author : William A. Donohue
ISBN : 9781452246000
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This book explores the process of interpersonal conflict - from the initial decision as to whether or not to confront differences through to how to plan the actual confrontation. It deals extensively with negotiation and, where negotiation proves unsuccessful, with third-party dispute resolution. To avoid destructive or violent behaviour, Donohue emphasizes the importance of keeping conflicts under control and of focusing on the pertinent issues. He argues that the key to managing conflict is to address differences collaboratively so that the parties can create better solutions and, ultimately, strengthen their relationships.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Facing Troublemakers

Author : Amr Muneer Dahab
ISBN : 9781665504652
Genre : Self-Help
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There is a way to find victory over every conflict in your life if only you learn the key steps to becoming the most successful, powerful person you can be. Facing Troublemakers provides ideas that will inspire you deeply, not only in regard to business conflict but also in dealing with life problems. Including hundreds of ideas that will open your eyes to new horizons without using dull, mechanical steps, author Amr Muneer Dahab draws on literature. His advice is succinct, deep, and requires you to contemplate and internalize principles to arrive at a philosophically coherent approach to living life to the fullest. Facing Troublemakers is intended to be your gateway to creating your own philosophy for confronting conflicts, discovering your strengths, and overcoming obstacles. Take action in your life now, and reach the goals of which you dream.
Category: Self-Help

Playing With Fire

Author : Nic Fine
ISBN : 0857003992
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Playing with Fire is a structured manual and training programme to help youth and conflict practitioners work with young people caught up in conflict and violence. All aspects of conflict are covered, from the initial igniting spark to the roaring blaze. The manual includes ideas and session plans that can be adapted to the needs of a particular group. Sessions include exercises and activities that explore situations of conflict, develop skills to deal with them, and rehearse techniques for future use. The training section outlines how to deliver the programme, including how to use role-play and work constructively with conflict in the training room. This second edition includes new sessions on working with issues of identity and prejudice and working with wider community issues, as well as new exercises and activities. Appendices include alternative session plans and ideas on games and group work exercises. This is a valuable guide for youth practitioners and all those working with young people who face conflict or violence.
Category: Family & Relationships

Confronting Diversity Issues On Campus

Author : Benjamin Bowser
ISBN : 9781452253893
Genre :
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The authors of this volume discuss diversity issues such as admission policies and the role of ethnic studies departments, then suggest strategies for dealing with questions of racism, diversity and intercultural communication. Suggestions range from ways to improve intercultural interpersonal skills through to the broad structural changes needed if a university is to embrace its diverse population.
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Innovative Management Perspectives On Confronting Contemporary Challenges

Author : Demetris Vrontis
ISBN : 9781443884341
Genre : BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
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In view of the prolonged financial meltdown and the resulting clash of socio-economic interests, both between nations and within societies, unforeseen challenges have to be met by contemporary managers. The current organizational, financial, political and social situation calls for innovative, out-of-the-box solutions, while also presenting a unique "opportunity" for management scholars, practitioners and policy makers to work out and bring forward creative and imaginative, as well as realistic, responses to problems. Appealing to scholars, students, researchers and practitioners, and covering a wide spectrum of organizational types and institutions, this book provides scientific evidence, direction and insight on issues associated with confronting challenges related to the contemporary socio-economic scenario. In this respect, the presents conceptual and empirical research, putting forward a wide range of paradigms and ideas transcending conventional theory, on finding innovative solutions to contemporary business and managerial challenges. It brings forward contemporary theoretical underpinning across an array of sectors and organizational structures, while also presenting their practical implementations -- Book jacket.
Category: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS

The Fast Forward Mba In Project Management

Author : Eric Verzuh
ISBN : 9781118040317
Genre : Business & Economics
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An updated and revised edition of a bestselling guide to project management The first edition of The Fast Forward MBA in Project Management sold over 100,000 copies and has been widely adopted in university courses and corporate training programs around the world. The book teaches the basic methods for defining, planning, and tracking a project, as well as techniques for leading and building strong project teams. This new edition includes: Downloadable, customizable project management forms Study aids for passing the popular Project Management Professional certification exam Guidelines for building high-performance project teams New examples of project management at work in the 21st century Eric Verzuh (Seattle, WA) is certified by the Project Management Institute and is President of The Versatile Company, which delivers project management training and consulting services to such companies as Adobe Systems, Inc., GE, Lockheed Martin, Nordstrom, and the United States Postal Service. He is also the author of The Portable MBA in Project Management (0-471-26899-2), from Wiley.
Category: Business & Economics

Arts Approaches To Conflict

Author : Marian Liebmann
ISBN : 1853022934
Genre : Art
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Arts Approaches to Conflict explores how various arts approaches can both raise our understanding of conflict and lead to its constructive resolution. Practitioners and experts from a wide range of art forms examine their own fields as approaches to conflict. It is fascinating and eye-opening reading for students and practitioners.
Category: Art

Confronting The State

Author : Nani Gopal Mahanta
ISBN : 9788132113270
Genre : Political Science
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Confronting the State: ULFA's Quest for Sovereignty examines the complex nuances and dynamics that make ULFA (United Liberation Front of Assam) a formidable insurgent group in India. It argues that to understand the phenomenon of insurgency, one has to understand the genesis of conflict between the Indian State and the state of Assam right from the very inception of the nation-state. The author claims that the ideological and identity issues between India and Assam have remained unresolved, and ULFA is a manifestation of that unresolved crisis. He explains that ULFA represents a mindset, a suppressed voice, which is deeply engrained in Assam's psyche. The declining support base of ULFA is not to be seen in its numerical strength; it represents the unmet aspirations of the tribal and ethnic groups of Assam. The book tries to go beyond a ULFA-centric solution and dwells upon the issues of illegal migration, human development and the need for the protection of a composite society in Assam. It also deals with the 2012 (July-September) violent conflict in Bodoland over the issue of illegal migration and quest for a homogenous homeland. It tries to bring forward a framework of durable solution to the illegal migration issue in the state by contesting the existing discourse.
Category: Political Science

Hostage At The Table

Author : George Kohlrieser
ISBN : 9781118047118
Genre : Business & Economics
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George Kohlrieser—an international leadership professor, consultant, and veteran hostage negotiator—explains that it is only by openly facing conflict that we can truly progress through the most difficult business challenges. In this provocative book, he reveals how the proven techniques and psychological insights used in hostage negotiation can be applied successfully to any personal or business relationship. Step by step, he outlines the seven key factors that anyone can use to remove the blocks that stand in the way of resolving tough problems and shows how business leaders, in particular, can develop and access the skills they need to create trust and a positive mind-set in their companies.
Category: Business & Economics

Introduction To Leadership

Author : Peter G. Northouse
ISBN : 9781544351629
Genre : Business & Economics
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Includes new chapter on Destructive Leadership! The Fifth Edition of Peter G. Northouse’s bestselling Introduction to Leadership: Concepts and Practice provides readers with a clear, concise overview of the complexities of practicing leadership and concrete strategies for becoming better leaders. The text is organized around key leader responsibilities such as creating a vision, establishing a constructive climate, listening to outgroup members, and overcoming obstacles. Case studies, self-assessment questionnaires, observational exercises, and reflection and action worksheets engage readers to apply leadership concepts to their own lives. Grounded in leadership theory and the latest research, the fully updated, highly practical Fifth Edition includes a new chapter on destructive leadership, 18 new cases, and 5 new Leadership Snapshots. Also available as a digital option (courseware). Learn more about Introduction to Leadership: Concepts and Practice, Fifth Edition - Vantage Digital Option.
Category: Business & Economics

Middle Management Survival Guide

Author : Kevin Robert McMahon
ISBN : 9780595529346
Genre : Business & Economics
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Middle Management Survival Guidec is intended to be a survival guide for anyone who calls him or herself a middle manager. All too often the wisdom that flows to the middle managers of this world descends from the lofty heights of academia. By point of contrast, Middle Management Survival Guide c flows from the trenches where middle managers carry out their craft. It is a book grounded in common sense and aimed at creating a world-view and mindset for middle managers that will enable them to better combat the daunting forces arrayed against them. From the perspective of a middle manager this survival guide describes the impossibility of the workplace and the paucity of the tools traditionally available to managers. Most importantly this book provides specific strategies, attitudes and values that will help managers maintain balance and sanity while improving their overall performance as managers. The author has worked as a middle manager for the past twenty years. Tasting both the sweet fruit of success as well as the bitter gall of failure he has acquired a unique insider's view of the daunting task faced by those who call themselves middle managers.
Category: Business & Economics

Confronting Land And Property Problems For Peace

Author : Shinichi Takeuchi
ISBN : 9781135007355
Genre : Business & Economics
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This collection clarifies the background of land and property problems in conflict-affected settings, and explores appropriate policy measures for peace-building. While land and property problems exist in any society, they can be particularly exacerbated in conflict-affected settings – characterized by unstable security, weak governance, loss of proper documentation as well as the return of refugees and Internally Displaced Persons. Unless these problems are properly addressed, they can destabilize fragile political order and hinder economic recovery. Although tackling land and property problems is an important challenge for peace-building, it has been relatively neglected in recent debates about liberal peace-building as a result of the strong focus on state-level institution building, such as security sector reforms and transitional justice. Using rich original data from eight conflict-affected countries, this book examines the topic from the viewpoint of State-society relationship. In contrast to previous literature, this volume analyses land and property problems in conflict-afflicted areas from a long-term perspective of state-building and economic development, rather than concentrating only on the immediate aftermath of the conflict. The long-term perspective enables not only an understanding of the root causes of the property problems in conflict-affected countries, but also elaboration of effective policy measures for peace. Contributors are area specialists and the eight case study countries have been carefully selected for comparative study. The collection applies a common framework to a diverse group of countries – South Sudan, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Cambodia, Timor-Leste, Colombia, and Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Category: Business & Economics

Confronting Vietnam

Author : Ilya V. Gaiduk
ISBN : 0804747121
Genre : History
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Based on extensive research in the Russian archives, this book examines the Soviet approach to the Vietnam conflict between the 1954 Geneva conference on Indochina and late 1963, when the overthrow of the South Vietnamese president Ngo Dinh Diem and the assassination of John F. Kennedy radically transformed the conflict. The author finds that the USSR attributed no geostrategic importance to Indochina and did not want the crisis there to disrupt détente. The Russians had high hopes that the Geneva accords would bring years of peace in the region. Gradually disillusioned, they tried to strengthen North Vietnam, but would not support unification of North and South. By the early 1960s, however, they felt obliged to counter the American embrace of an aggressively anti-Communist regime in South Vietnam and the hostility of its former ally, the People's Republic of China. Finally, Moscow decided to disengage from Vietnam, disappointed that its efforts to avert an international crisis there had failed.
Category: History

Leading Through Conflict

Author : Mark Gerzon
ISBN : 9781633690332
Genre : Business & Economics
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As our world grows smaller, opportunities for conflict multiply. Ethnic, religious, political, and personal differences drive people apart—with potentially disastrous consequences—and it's the task of perceptive leaders to bring them together again World-renowned mediation expert Mark Gerzon argues that leaders have failed to rise to this challenge. Our organisations, schools, and governments remain filled with divisive dictators and everyday managers, instead of what he calls mediators—leaders who transform conflict so that everyone can move forward together. Through absorbing examples drawn from decades of work with organisational, political, and global conflicts of all kinds, Leading Through Conflict provides a powerful new framework for the leader as mediator, and outlines eight specific tools these leaders use to transform seemingly intractable differences into progress on deep-seated problems. Both practical and passionate, this book makes the tools of cross-border leaders accessible to anyone who wants to help create healthier companies, communities, and countries.
Category: Business & Economics