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29 August, 01:03

When a member is more concerned with achieving his or her own goals rather than meeting the needs of the group, which conflict style is the member using?

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  1. 29 August, 01:27
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    He or she is using a competition conflict style

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    In competition conflict style, individuals tend to put their own goal over the collective goal of the group and they advocate for their needs or rewards over those of others. it is the act of trying to establish superiority over individuals in the same group or team with you.
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