Conflict Management series
Part 3: R I D
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This four-part series deals with conflict and
conflict resolution and management in an entirely new
way. It is appropriate for both personal and
professional use, for technical and management
professionals, in industry and government. It is
both prevention and correction based.
- Part 1 includes a self-assessment, followed by a
conflict flowchart, depicting traditional
"fight or flight" on the left, and the
more positive "desire to learn" on the
- Part 2 divides conflict into 52 subcategories
and, based on self-selected characteristics that
you or another exhibit, gives a pseudo
"artificial intelligence" PowerPoint
indexing model of clarifications and solutions.
- Part 3 exhibits the R.I.D. model (Recognize,
Identify, and Deflect) for conflict,
coupled with conflict recognition and avoidance
using Gregory Bateson's model of Logical Levels.
- Part 4 shows quick techniques to avoid
escalation of criticism, plus a change in
languaging called "slight of mouth" to
turn conflict into chemistry.
this third part of a 4 part series, part 3 exhibits the R.I.D. model (Recognize, Identify, and Deflect) for conflict. The steps within this simple acronym (Get R.I.D. of Conflict) give you a pathway to minimize, correct, or prevent conflict.
Then, we describe in depth Gregory Bateson's model of Logical Levels. This model (Identity, Belief, Capability, Behavior, Envioronment) often shows mismatched "levels" when conflict escalates. Procedures are introduced for diagnosing levels in operation during conflict, matching levels, and working your way down maintaining rapport and matching as you go.
Live Wed. December 5, 2012
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Stephen A. Bender, PMP, CSQA, CSTE, CQE
Steve Bender, President of The Quality Connection, is a
management consultant, past Senior Examiner for New York
State's Excelsior Award, and veteran in Quality Assurance.
Bachelor's (BSEE, '69) and Master's (MSCS, '71) degrees
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