Dynamics of Conflict Management

Conflict throughout our lives is bound to happen. Despite our best efforts to keep from conflict, there are going to be times when we find ourselves in disagreements. Conflict does not always have to be negative, but rather it can be productive. Those different perspectives can lead to solutions to challenges. How a person responds to conflict can determine if destructive or constrictive conflict dynamics.


What is the Conflict Dynamic Profile?

As a “self-report,” the Conflict Dynamic Profile – Individual (CDP) looks at how you perceive yourself. It provides a straightforward way of helping you understand more about how you take action to conflict both behaviorally and emotionally.


As quoted from Conflict Dynamics Profile, 

The Conflict Dynamics Profile (CDP), an assessment instrument measuring conflict behaviors, is an excellent resource to increase self-awareness and improve conflict management skills. The CDP is unlike any other assessment tool in that it focuses specifically on conflict behaviors, rather than styles. It helps individuals and teams understand how they respond to conflict, what triggers can escalate conflict, and how to manage conflict more effectively.