A family is the basic unit of the society, hence prone to various conflicts. Domestic violence is an example of these inter-family conflicts. I have learnt how to conduct a peaceful negotiation, which is aimed at solving these conflicts amicably either at the family level or community level. Additionally, I have learnt about the importance of labour division both at the family and at communal levels. Labour division always binds these societal units together hence ensuring a peaceful coexistence. Lastly, through this course, I have learnt about the significance of norms as the laws guiding every social setting. I have learnt that to reduce anomie at the family or community level, unethical behaviours should always be punished and custom behaviours rewarded.
Leadership is often challenging when it comes into making general decisions for a given team. From this course, I have learnt various leadership skills such relating with my workmates and delegating work duties. Additionally, I have also learnt about problem-solving skills in teamwork, which is an essential requirement in conflict resolution career.
Motivating people boosts their self-esteem. A motivated team will always be on the right track with respect to the perfection in time management, interpersonal relations and attitudes towards one another. In this course, I have learnt that motivation integrates individuals and the society as a whole. Motivation also boosts people’s morale. Communal work, for example, uplifts cultural practices and individuals’ self-images in the society.
As a leader, I will continue working on various cultural practices to boost my skills in conflict resolutions and management. Branson argues that understanding practices in cultural diversity is always the key leadership role in conflict resolution management (Branson 2009). A number of unethical cultural practices have emerged in this