Presentation on theme: "Conflict Resolution with Family or Friends Win -Win Solutions Edited by: Teresa Griffin, Oak Canyon Junior High and students Annie Madsen, Lindsay Clegg."— Presentation transcript:
Conflict Resolution with Family or Friends Win -Win Solutions Edited by: Teresa Griffin, Oak Canyon Junior High and students Annie Madsen, Lindsay Clegg
Definitions Conflict: Two people disagree on something. Conflict Resolution: Resolves conflicts in a positive way, by understanding others point of view. Win-Win Conflict Resolution: A compromise so everyone will win. Avoids competition and arguing.
What Doesnt Work to Resolve Conflicts? Yelling, Refusing to work out the conflict, Name calling, Hitting, Most Passive and Aggressive Behaviors.
3 Behavior Styles used in Relationships to resolve conflict 1.Aggressive 2.Passive 3.Assertive
Aggressive Behavior My rights are more important than other peoples rights! My Attitude: Im never wrong Everyone should be like me
Passive Behavior I consider others rights, not my own. I dont express my true feelings, and always agree with others.
Assertive Behavior Win-Win attitude -- Everybody wins something I listen to others, but still stand up for myself.
Lose-Lose: The Downward Spiral You Lose ---- Other Person Loses Lose-Win: The Door-Mat You Lose --- Other Person Wins Win-Lose: The Bulldozer You Win - Other Person Loses Win-Win: The All You Can Eat Buffet You Win - Other Person Wins Win-Win Solutions
Lose-Lose The downward spiral This is when nobody wins and the conflict is not solved.
Win-Lose The Bulldozer One person wins, the other loses. You Win - Other Person Loses
Lose-Win The doormat One person wins, the other loses. You Lose --- Other Person Wins
Win-Win The All You Can Eat Buffet!!-- Each person gets what they want! Both people win and the conflict is resolved!
Goldilocks and Three Bears Conflict
In order to solve problems, you will need to be able to see things from several points of view! Can you do it?
Eskimo or Indian?
Young or Old Woman?
What do you see? Anything else ?
Brainstorm all possible solutions to solve problems using win-win solutions T hink of any and all possible ways to solve the problem so that everyone will win something and be happy! Evaluate later NOT NOW Do not criticize any suggestion until it is time to evaluate and make a decision.
Hug OWar by Shel Silverstein I will not play a tug o' war I'd rather play a hug o' war, Where everyone hugs Instead of tugs Where everyone giggles And rolls on the rug, Where everyone kisses And everyone grins And everyone cuddles And everyone wins.