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How do you handle conflict? 

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Which of the following is not a RM principle?

A) Apply the RM process to situations where serious injury might occur B) Accept no unnecessary risk
C) Integrate RM into all phases of missions and activities D) Make risk decisions at the appropriate level
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: A) Apply the RM process to situations where serious injury might occur

Explanation:

Apply the RM process to situations where serious injury might occur is not a RM (Risk Management) principle.

 

Risk Management :: A decision-making process for managing day-to-day schedules when there are conflicts.

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Off-duty risk decisions are

A) Dictated by the Department of the Army B) The responsibility of individual Soldiers
C) Made by leaders and commanders D) Not a consideration
 
Answer & Explanation Answer: B) The responsibility of individual Soldiers

Explanation:

Risk Management :

A decision-making process for identifying hazards and controlling risks both on-duty and off-duty is called a Risk Management (RM).

 

Hence, Off-duty risk decisions are the responsibility of individual Soldiers.

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Are there any times where you had a conflict with a superior? If yes, how did you handle it and resolve it?

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I have had differences of opinion with previous managers. Our disagreements were not significant, but some had to be confronted and resolved. I have learned that two parties typically quarrel when each one refuses to consider the other's perspective. Therefore, I asked the manager I disagreed with to explain his or her perspective, and then to consider my point of view. This way, we were able to take into account each other's perspective and come to an agreeable compromise. When a compromise could not be reached, I accepted my manager's decision. Regardless of individual perspectives, managers are responsible for setting policy, and subordinates are responsible for executing it.

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