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Avoidance is a controversial method of dealing with conflict which attempts to avoid directly confronting the issue at hand.
There are few reasons because of which avoidance conflict is adopt.
Some time we have best alternate plain in our mind so we avoid the conflict to occur.
Some times the conflict is minor so it is avoided.
To keep the employee happy the manager or the super wiser avoid the conflict.
Some conflict needs time to resolve so at the mean time conflict is avoid.
Some times Government also avoid the conflict because while avoiding that particular conflict government can get good revenue or some time to engage that conflict can cause different problems.
There are 6 times when we have a choice to engage in or avoid a conflict.
1:How invested in the relationship are you?
The importance of the working/personal relationship often dictates whether you will engage in a conflict. If you value the person and/or the relationship, going through the process of conflict resolution is important.
2. How important is the issue to you?
Even if the relationship is not of great value to you, one must often engage in conflict if the issue is important.
If the relationship and the issue are both important to you, there is an even more compelling reason to engage in the conflict.
3. Do you have the energy for the conflict?
Many of us say,
“There is not time to do all that I want to do in a day.”
Often the issue is not how much time is available but how much energy we have for what we need to do.
4. Are you aware of the potential consequences?
Before engaging or resolving the conflict you must know what could be its result.
i.e. resolving of that problem is good for your job, or for your position?
Or it may have bad effect on your position?
5. Are you ready for the consequences?
After analyzing potential consequences, determine whether you are prepared for the consequences of engaging in the conflict.
6. What are the consequences if you do not engage in the conflict?
Before avoiding the conflict we must know what could be its impact on your personality, on your job, or on your organization.
After studying this type of conflict management I reached on the conclusion that avoiding conflict is not the right way of resolving the problem…but to some extent it is good to adopt avoidance conflict management.