Review on Personality Conflicts of Interest

Odigbo Ikechukwu Aloysius

Abstract


Personality conflict is seen as an inevitably and unavoidable since two or more people were coming together to do something in common.  The characteristic or behavior one’s constitutes maybe unlikely be abnormal to another, that is the reason conflicts were always be prone to happen as error, mistakes and abnormal socialstimuli that affect others which can lead to casters trophies and human unrest.

Personality conflict may be individual fight for their personal goal and loss of sight in their family affairs, individually, socially, economically, financially and organizational goals to be attained, but their personality interest keeps them in conflicts. Whatever happened, unresolved conflicts can bring about dissatisfactions, unhappiness, hopelessness, depression and emotional imbalance, anger, quarrels and fight. This can be even lead to hate, dis-association with some people or emotional withdrawal, resignation from job or dissolution of personal relations, aggression and violence.

Personality conflict can lead to both positive and negative changes in society, community, and work environment or even at school environment. It is advisable to always find a way to resolve any arisen conflict, since unresolved conflict can be very disastrous, loss of life and property, fighting, disagreement, protest and differences in ideology.

Personality Conflicts, as a process involving combinations of closely related beliefs, perceptions, values, interests, and actions involves as a gradual process of adopting dialogue, private consultation, conciliation, mediation, accommodating and collaborating must be adequately apply and steadily be realized at the peak oftheir mutual understanding between the people that were concerned.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v8n24p141

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