Comparing Positive & Negative Conflict


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Which of the following best defines negative conflict?

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1. Which of the following characteristics are most closely associated with negative conflicts?

2. Why do conflicts usually arise?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Key differences exist between positive and negative conflicts. The quiz asks you about causes, characteristics and resolutions for both types of conflict.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The quiz requires you to:

  • Define negative conflict
  • Name the characteristics tied to negative conflicts
  • Explain why conflicts typically begin
  • Identify the best outcome for resolving a conflict
  • Choose a characteristic of positive conflict

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can give definitions for terms, including negative conflict
  • Information recall - refer to your knowledge of this topic to describe characteristics associated with negative and positive conflict
  • Knowledge application - use your understanding to explain why conflicts usually arise

Additional Learning

If you are curious to learn more about this topic view the lesson called Comparing Positive & Negative Conflict. In the lesson you will learn:

  • The definition of conflict
  • Components of negative conflict
  • The four conflict outcomes
  • Ultimate goal for all conflict