Intrapersonal conflict- occurs within an individual and often involves some form of goal or cognitive conflict
Three types include: (approach-approach conflict- two or more favorable outcomes but can't implement all, must choose one (positive), avoidance-avoidance- negative (travel or demotion), approach-avoidance- has both positives and negatives)
Interpersonal conflict- involves two or more individuals who perceive themselves as being in opposition to each other over preferred outcomes (goals) and/or attitudes, values, or behaviors
Role ambiguity (who's responsible for what?)
Intragroup conflict- clashes among some or all of the group's members which often affects the group's processes and effectiveness (part of team, effects outcomes)
Intergroup conflict- opposition and clashes between two or more groups with an organization, includes vertical (with manager), horizontal (different departments, same position), and line-staff (assembly line, if you work with closely the good or service such as customer service, HR, accounting, maintenance) conflict
Cuts, downsize- line or staff?