Conflict Resolution Standard #1
Relevant Documents: Membership Handbook (Chapter 3)
Required Score to Pass: 80%
Prestige Reward: 100G
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- What is the intent of conflict resolution in the club?
- List the three fundamental principles of Canada at Midnight’s conflict resolution system.
- What are the three steps that can help you deal with interpersonal conflicts between members?
- What are your responsibilities during a cool down period?
- What are the time limits on the cool down period for out of character and in character issues?
- Which media can you use to have Open Discussion?
- In cases that do not involve harassment, are you required to engage in Open Discussion with another member you are having a conflict with before involving officers?
- In cases that do involve harassment, is Open Discussion required?
- When should you engage in mediation?
- Who has the authority to require an event attendee to leave an event?
- John and Alice are both members. They have a particularly intense argument at a restaurant after a game at a club ‘afters’ event about an out of character issue. This is not a harassment case. A day passes, and Alice finds that she is very angry. John wants to talk, but Alice is not ready to do so.
- Alice wants to call for a cool down period. How long can she call a cool down period for?
- After the cool down period is over, if the issue remains alive, what are John and Alice expected to do next to resolve their issue?
- What can happen if either member fails to take the step outlined in question 11.2?
- John and Alice are not able to resolve their issue alone. They decide to get a mediator involved. Who can be their mediator? Do they have to agree on a mediator?
- If John and Alice cannot compromise or work out the issue, assuming that neither have done anything that calls for disciplinary action, what is expected of them as members of the club?