PART 2 DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
Are you a conflict enjoyer or a conflict avoider?
What conflict are you in the middle of enjoying or avoiding?
How is conflict managed in your workplace? How does it impact the climate of the office?
Solomon tells us that if we focus on loyalty and kindness, we will find favor with both God and people. Below are ideas of ways to incorporate loyalty and kindness in conflict. Check the boxes for the statements that stand out to you and discuss your checked boxes with the group.
LOYALTY is . . .
Providing feedback because I want the best for someone
Not minimizing or ignoring my feelings in an effort to maintain harmony
Providing uninvited caution or counsel with a pure motive
Being proactive in addressing concerns rather than waiting for the other person to initiate
Choosing to trust as opposed to being suspicious
KINDNESS is . . .
Prioritizing the other person’s feelings over your own
Listening first before jumping in with my own opinion
Validating the other person’s feelings and showing empathy
Considering the possible external factors for why the person thinks/feels like he does
Considering my body language and attitude while I address conflict
In the message, Jeff describes the Fundamental Attribution Error (FAE). Put simply, the FAE is when two people wrongly assume each other’s motive. What are some ways you can avoid the fundamental attribution error as it relates to the conflict you noted in question two?
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