conflict with


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conflict with (something)

To interfere or clash with something. Wait, no, I can't meet with you at 3:00—that conflicts with a conference call I have. I cannot support you in this action, sir, as it conflicts with my religious beliefs.
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conflict with something

to clash with something. (Does not refer to fighting.) This date conflicts with my doctor's appointment. As far as I can tell, the date you suggest does not conflict with anything.
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Role conflict can be managed by providing career guidance and also facilitating employees to align individual' personality types in relation to their careers in future so that they practiced least conflict with their external world and perform effectively at work and increase their productivity in health department.
Conflict exists on a continuum from mild disagreements or diverse opinions with little volatility to extremely destructive, dysfunctional conflict with intense, excessive volatility.
This study found that (1) process conflict between salespeople was positively related to process conflict between a salespeople and an engineer; (2) when relationship perceive relationship conflict, the salespeople who transmit sales information relatively more often will have relatively stronger relationship conflict with the engineer ; (3) when salespeople perceive strong process conflict, the salespeople who transmits information relatively more often will have relatively stronger process conflict with the engineer; and (4) a salespeople's information transmission positively affects process conflict between that salespeople and engineers.
The WTO round aims to give preference to the trade agendas of developing countries which conflicts with COOL OMC needs to address the impact the environmental policy in conflict with trade, such as the case of tuna and dolphin case resulting from the Marine Mammal Protection Act.
Overall, subjects reported positive attitudes about conflict with almost ninety percent indicating that they viewed conflict as an opportunity to solve problems and bring about change.
My interest in spending time with my children may conflict with my interest in writing this paper, but this does not constitute a conflict of interest, for I am not required to exercise judgment on another person's behalf.
The practitioner should also evaluate the potential litigation risk related to performing services for parties with actual conflicts, and review the conflict with his or her insurance carrier.
We had multiple agencies with jurisdictional requirements and missions that were sometimes in direct conflict with those of other agencies," she says.
The Conflict Tactics Scale measures the actions one might take in conflict with another family member; and in this study, the scores represented the number of times the action was reported to have occurred over the past six months.
Certain H/B situations may cause OSCs to select options or tactics that conflict with the perspectives and recommendations of one or both teams, which may be due to their past experiences or political mandates outside of the OSC's control.
More specific guidelines for managing conflict with peers, supervisees, and authority figures are outlined in Figure 3.
Walton (1969: 87) clarifies this transformation of task conflict into person conflict with the help of a psychological need for consistency: "If one dislikes the position another takes .
Thus, emotional conflict had a negative effect on performance and satisfaction, regardless of the type of conflict with which it was associated.
There are distinctive strategies, techniques, and tactics for dealing with conflict with each orientation.
Good team members do not get into conflict with others.
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