Critical Analysis Draft

Critical Analysis Draft
Develop a section summarizing your own personal style for approaching conflict. Please make this seem from the heart. For instance, I prefer to speak directly to the person I am having a conflict with first and try to resolve the issue.
Instructions for the paper:
After reviewing this conflict video clip (Links to an external site.) (0:29~3:06) several times,
please use the text for guidance in your analysis of the conflict. (Primarily you will use
Chapter 11 – but you may want to revisit other chapters.)
Critical Analysis Draft1. Identification and discussion of the struggle.
a. Provide a brief summary of the scenario
b. Discuss the relationships of the individuals in this scenario (interdependence
etc.)
c. Describe the context of the scenario
d. Analyze the cultural variables of this interaction
2. Analysis of the type of conflict. Give examples of dialogue from the interaction
illustrating your responses to the following.
a. Discuss the perceived incompatible goals
b. Analysis of this conflict as functional and dysfunctional and why would you
categorize this as such? (Use sources from Adler, R. B., Rosenfeld, L. B., &
Proctor, R. F. (2018). Interplay: The process of interpersonal communication. New
York: Oxford University Press
c. Assess the parties’ styles of managing conflict, and how these styles affect this
conflict according to the textbook)
3. Design a strategy for the resolution of the conflict (6 points)
a. Application of the win-win philosophy and discussion of how this conflict
might have been resolved.
b. Develop a section summarizing your own personal style for approaching
conflict.

You may use the first person to discuss your style and the implications of the style for approaching
conflict in your personal and your professional life.
4. Conclusion that summarizes key points in the paper.
5. Additional Grading Criteria:
a. Thoroughness and completion of all parts of the assignment
b. APA format including grammar, sentence structure, and spelling
c. Organization and depth of ideas
d. Length: 6-7 pages including title and reference pages

e. Organized into section headings and paragraph format

Sources:

(Use sources from Adler, R. B., Rosenfeld, L. B., & Proctor, R. F. (2018). Interplay: The
process of interpersonal communication. New York: Oxford University Press

1. b. Develop a section summarizing your own personal style for approaching conflict.
You may use the first person to discuss your style and the implications of the style for approaching
conflict in your personal and professional life
I work in a surgical admit discharge unit, I would like to talk about this as it is myself. If you can
please help me summarize this myself and write it.
I work in a fast-paced environment, with surgeons, doctors, and anesthesiologists. I must
prepare my patients within a certain time for surgery. If I do not have them ready in time. This
can cause a delay with other surgeries and cause many problems. Some doctors are not
approachable and do not like if you page them for something they feel is not important. Also,
they may forget to sign consent forms, but they will get upset if you did not remind them while
they are in the room. I feel intimidated talking to the doctors at times. I am not sure if you can
include this as a real-life situation and find a way, I would approach it. I have approached it by
focusing on my patient first and not worrying about what the doctors think I will have to
advocate and make sure orders are in and consents are signed regardless of if it irritates the
doctors.

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