Than avoiding competing and accommodating
As you can imagine, compromising, avoiding and accommodating are quite different from one another.
In this blog post we will discuss The Comprising Thomas-Kilman Conflict-Handling Mode.
There are five conflict-handling styles and all are important and should be used at optimum times.
This study aims at focusing on different styles for managing conflict which executives may prefer for resolving conflict either with public or with their subordinates.
Dimensions of conflict studied are Disagreement and Argument while conflict management styles studied are Avoiding, Competing, Collaborating, Accommodating and Compromising.
COMPETING Competing is assertive and uncooperative, a power-oriented mode.