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 ====== Review and Notes ====== ====== Review and Notes ======
  
-When I got accepted to present the session [[how_to_work_personality_issues_without_sounding_like_a_marriage_guidance_counsellor|How to Work Personality Issues Without Sounding Like a Marriage Guidance Counsellor?​]] at the [[https://​www.agilealliance.org/​agile2016/​|Agile 2016 Conference]] I decided that I needed to do more research into the issue of general conflict resolution. This book was recommended to me by [[http://​www.agileinfusion.com|Bob Schatz]] with the comment "Most of us are not trained in conflict resolution."​ He went on to say "In fact, most of what we learn about conflict resolution we learned by watching our mother and father deal with issues." ​+When I got accepted to present the session [[hans_samios_how_to_work_personality_issues_without_sounding_like_a_marriage_guidance_counsellor|How to Work Personality Issues Without Sounding Like a Marriage Guidance Counsellor?​]] at the [[https://​www.agilealliance.org/​agile2016/​|Agile 2016 Conference]] I decided that I needed to do more research into the issue of general conflict resolution. This book was recommended to me by [[http://​www.agileinfusion.com|Bob Schatz]] with the comment "Most of us are not trained in conflict resolution."​ He went on to say "In fact, most of what we learn about conflict resolution we learned by watching our mother and father deal with issues." ​
  
 The reality is that when we are involved in conflicts in a later part of our live, we are more than just "​involved"​. We are in fact part of the conflict, and so are not exactly unbiased participants in the exercise. Further, it is questionable as to what we learn from the event. Do we have a bias based on what we see the "​result"​ was for example. If I won, was the approach I took good? The reality is that when we are involved in conflicts in a later part of our live, we are more than just "​involved"​. We are in fact part of the conflict, and so are not exactly unbiased participants in the exercise. Further, it is questionable as to what we learn from the event. Do we have a bias based on what we see the "​result"​ was for example. If I won, was the approach I took good?
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