Leadership And Conflict Management

Leadership And Conflict Management is the process of limiting the negative aspects of conflict  while increasing the positive aspects of conflict as a leader of a group of people.



Conflict may occur in many different aspects of people’s lives, and how individuals respond to conflict may differ depending on the situation.

This assignment provides the opportunity to apply what you have learned about team leadership and conflict resolution and management to a situation you may have encountered in your own life.

Review the Microsoft® PowerPoint® resources to enhance your presentation.

Consider a time you encountered a workplace situation in which there was conflict within a team.

Create a 6- to 8-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation on conflict management.

Include the following:

  1. Provide a brief summary of the conflict situation.
  2. Describe the response of leaders to the situation, and based on their response.
  3. Determine the leadership theory that they most likely employ. Provide a justification for your determination.
  4. Describe how leaders can contribute to conflict resolution in this situation.
  5. Describe methods of conflict resolution and management that either were utilized, or could be utilized in this situation.
    Include detailed speaker notes for each slide.

Leadership Project Proposal

Leadership Project Guidelines.

Leadership Project Guidelines. All you doing is the Proposal on “How do I lead people who don’t believe I should be doing the leading?”

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Leadership Project
Leadership Project

The Leadership Project requires each student to lead a group of people (friends, workers, fellow workers, fellow club members, etc.) in a project or activity that they would not normally undertake.

The only rules of the project are:

(1) Students must not tell their friends or co-workers that they are doing it for a class.

(2) It should take at least three weeks of contact to complete.

The Leadership Project consists of two parts, a proposal for the Project and a Final 10-page Project Paper.

Leadership Project Proposal

The proposal is due in class meeting 2; however, you should begin working on it during class meeting 1 as it will require you to conduct initial research on your chosen topic.

Specifically, you must complete the steps below;

1. Read the Journal of Management Education article titled “Personal Leadership Conundrum”. This article is available through the Saint Leo online library.

(See the syllabus and the link in the course Resources area for more information about accessing the online library).

2. Identify the leadership conundrum you will look into as you lead the group (what personal issues do you need to address, etc.) . State it in the first person and in the form of a question.

See examples of conundrum topics in the Recommendations section below.

3. Explain why you have chosen this conundrum: Why is it of interest to you? How does it relate to your experiences? How does it relate to who you are? In other words, what about yourself and your experience are motivating you to seek the answer to this conundrum?

4. Create a bibliography of at least two peer-reviewed, academic journal articles that deal with the conundrum

(see below the Recommendations section for examples of journals that qualify as academic and peer reviewed),

at least two periodical articles (newspaper, magazine, website, etc.), and at least two books, stories, myths, parables, movies, poems, or songs that will help you better understand and gain insight into your conundrum.

5. Identify at least two leaders you will interview to gain their insights into your conundrum and explain why you have chosen them to interview regarding your conundrum as you work on guiding your group.

Provide the title and contact information for each leader.

6. List between five and seven interview questions you will ask to each leader

(the questions should be the same or at least partially the same).

The questions should be directly related to the personal conundrum that you are trying to solve in leading the group.

7. For this proposal (and the Final Leadership Paper), you will use the American Psychological Association (APA) formatting guidelines.

If you have any questions concerning proper citation procedures, then ask the instructor prior to submitting your work

8. Submit the completed Project Proposal to the Dropbox. This Dropbox basket is linked to Turnitin.

Students should submit the Final Leadership Project Paper in APA-style, 10-pages, that includes the following sections (please include the questions):

1. An introduction of what your Leadership Project encompassed

(who did you lead, what did you lead them on, etc?).

2. What your particular “leadership conundrum” was all about

(what did the issue focus upon, details,etc.)?

3. A discussion of what the leadership style you used is all about in dealing with the group and why you think that was the style you used

(document and relate to the literature out there)?

4. How did you deal with your particular conundrum in leading the group

(list references and ideas that might relate to how you handled it)?

Did the ideas you gained from the interviews help? Did fixing the conundrum help lead the group or not?

5. A discussion of available data regarding whether the leadership approach you used worked or not

(any studies of it from research?).

6. A discussion of how successful the project was and how you might have lead the project more effectively.

7. A discussion of what still needs to be learned about the style you used

(studies that might help, or other uses of it that still need to be explored).

8. A summary of all of the above at the end of the paper.

9. A bibliography

(not included as part of the 10-page requirement).

Again, the Final Leadership Project Paper should be submitted to the Dropbox.

(This Dropbox basket is linked to Turnitin).


The following are recommendations to consider as you complete your project:
1. When necessary, please seek out advice from your instructor. Although you are responsible for your learning, the instructor is available to help you make this assignment meaningful and successful.
2. You should choose a conundrum of your own interest. In the past, students have explored such specific conundrums as:
a. “How do I balance confidence and humility to be an effective                    leader?”
b. “How do I lead, influence, and work with negative people?”
c. “How do I lead people who don’t believe I should be doing the                  leading?”
d. “How will I be able to effectively lead those who have negative                stereotypes of working for/or with females?”
e. “How do I institute change in a group while maintaining high                 standards?”
f. “How do I lead older, more experienced people?”
“How can I be a role model of hard work and dedication and also           balance work and non-work domains?”
3. There are numerous academic journals on management, leadership, psychology, sociology, philosophy, education, and religion available through the library.

     Below are a number of academic management journal titles:
a. Academy of Management Journal
b. Academy of Management Review
c. Leadership
d. Leadership Quarterly
e. Leadership and Organizational Development Journal
f. Organization
g. International Journal of Management
h. International Journal of Leadership Studies
i. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies
j. Journal of Management Inquiry
k. Journal of Organizational Behavior
l. Journal of Management and Organization
m. Journal of Management Education
4. There are, of course, many different leadership styles you can use in completing your project (refer to your text and/or other sources) and there are, of course, a number of different Leadership Project you can lead people on

some of the ones that have been done in previous classes are (organizing an office area, helping team members to lose weight, leading a group in donating time at a Red Cross or other social service agency, organizing a group to run a race for a particular benefit, organizing a group to take a train ride to a particular part of the US or elsewhere, etc.).
5.Please schedule all interviews as early as possible and remember to respect the time of those leaders you interview.

Make sure you are prompt, courteous, formal, and well-prepared

(write out your questions before the interview).

You will be required to include an appendix which summarizes the key points of the interviews as part of your Final Paper.

Leadership Organizational Behavior Unit 2

Leadership Organizational Behavior.

Leadership Organizational Behavior
Leadership Organizational Behavior

Leadership Organizational Behavior.

Discussion Question 2

  1. How important do you feel the role emotional intelligence plays in employee performance?
  2. Which of the four dimensions of emotional intelligence do you struggle with the most?
  3. What steps have you taken or will you take in the immediate future to strengthen that weaker dimension.

Be specific.

Conflict Resolution Scenario

Conflict Resolution
Conflict Resolution

Conflict Resolution is a way for two or more parties to find a peaceful solution to a disagreement among them. The disagreement may be personal, financial, political, or emotional.

When a dispute arises, often the best course of action is negotiation to resolve the disagreement.

The goals of negotiation are:

  • To produce a solution that all parties can agree to
  • To work as quickly as possible to find this solution
  • To improve, not hurt, the relationship between the groups in conflict.

Conflict resolution through negotiation can be good for all parties involved.

Conflict Resolution. A female Hispanic horticulture supervisor, Ana Mendez, has reported to Employee Relations that she has been sexually harassed by Ellis Wilson in which he has created a hostile working environment by frequently stopping by to see her at her work-site and constantly commenting on how sexy she is and pressing her to “just go for a few drinks” on too many occasions.

She declares she has rejected his advances and informed him if he did not stop harassing her she would report it to management. He did not stop.

Ellis’ position is that he happens to have work and audits to be done in areas where she happens to be.

He does not believe any comments complimenting her should be taken as seriously because he is just a friendly type of guy.

Ellis does not seem to realize when certain actions can be perceived as sexual harassment.

Employee Relations Manager, Roberto Miranda, discussed the matter with you.

You direct Roberto to apply Conflict Resolution techniques in hopes of keeping the matter from accelerating into a full-fledged EEOC complaint.

Smith has informed you he wants this matter resolved quietly and quickly.

What disciplinary action, you believe is warranted and why, please include references? Write in 3rd person.