When your opinion about how to solve a problem has differed from your supervisor's, you have typically:
firmly pursued your perspective on the issue.
modified your opinion to satisfy the preferences of your supervisor.
kept to yourself the ways your opinions differed from your supervisor's.
talked through the problem with your supervisor to reach a compromise.
combined your ideas with your supervisor's to come up with a solution jointly Weegy:
Combined your ideas with your supervisor's to come up with a solution jointly.Auto answered|Score 1|shifa saleheen|Points 9892|User:
When you have had to work with others to make a group decision, you have usually:Weegy:
Used your influence to make sure your own ideas were accepted.Auto answered|Score 1|scijoe21|Points 2265|User:
60. When in situations involving conflict with others, your preferred approach has been to:Weegy:
When in situations involving conflict with others, your preferred approach has been to: Look for points of agreement between yourself and the others.
Auto answered|Score 1|jeifunk|Points 7750|User:
61. Supervisors and other employees you have worked with would describe your self-discipline as:Weegy:
Supervisors and other employees whom have worked with me describe my self-discipline as a straightforward attitude with regards to my working attitude.Auto answered|Score .9317|bongche|Points 3477|User:
Your most common strategy for handling major disagreements with other people has been to:Weegy:
Find compromise options that both you and the other person will acceptAuto answered|Score .8102|shiela098|Points 205|
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