Perception of Power and Conflict at Individual and Group Levels

 Perception of Power and Conflict at Individual and Group Levels Power and conflict are perceived differently depending on the experience of the individuals, teams, and organizations. Identify a demographic or population in government, military, private, and public organizations and focus on one or more incidents that represent a possible dilemma for that group. Discuss the point of view represented and look for contrast and diversity of thought………………………… Required Weekly Readings and Watchings…. Course Text: Assigned Readings: Lewicki, R.J., Barry, B. and Saunders, D. M. (2015). Negotiation, Readings, Exercises, and Cases. 7th edition, McGraw Hill. ISBN: 978-0-07-786242-8 Week 1: Read text, Lewicki et al, Negotiation: Section 2, Negotiation Subprocesses and Section 6. Articles: Power as attention to issues. As of September, 2020 over 600 active fires burning in California, and unprecedented fires burning throughout the west. Five hurricanes are stacked up in the gulf coast and Atlantic, two will hit the gulf coast within 12 hours of each other, epic lightning storms and a Derecho storm What is the impact of climate change, and how are the issues of global warming connected to leadership, conflict, and power? How are the concepts of leadership used to address climate change issues? What are the voices of change, the voices of a new generation? Concepts of conflict, and the use of dialogue frequently used in the practice of post-industrial leadership: 

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