Unicist conflict management for talent development


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“If you want to cross the ocean, you will probably experience some big storms in your way”.
Though conflicts are part of life, some people try to avoid them and consider them part of a totally negative aspect in their way. And paradoxically, by avoiding these conflicts, they end up degrading their previous situation, and end up involving.

Conflict management is one of the application fields in which the unicist ontology of language provided a powerful model for diagnosis.

The research on the unicist ontology of languages, among other aspects, explains the functionality that is implicit in the use of words. The results of this research helped individuals to diagnose reality based on the facts implicit in what is said.
The selection and use of words implies an implicit functionality to the emitter of the communication. On this basis, there have been established four structural functionalities: Pastime, Rituals, Activity and Conflict Management.
Conflict management turns to be functional when words that are being used are functionally hollow, contents are clear and objective and there is an ambiguity management that allows for conflict solving.
Those that want to make a difference will need to “cross an ocean”. Developing your talent or the talents of others implies learning to manage conflicts to turn threats into opportunities.

You can find more information on The Unicist Ontology of Language at:
http://www.unicist.org/d_uol.php

Learn more about the “Functionality of words in unicist conflict management”:
http://www.unicist.net/management

Diana Belohlavek

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