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When the Discussion Gets Stalled or Heated

When the Discussion Gets Stalled or Heated
... Keep power in your pocket (e.g. attorney, credible reference) Keep the door open Conflict as a Choice Point  Explore whether conflict is a signal for  a change  View the disagreement as a choice  point and explore options for moving  ... Dismissive – interrupting, talking over, ignoring  {men engage more frequently than women} • Exclusionary – leaving someone out of the meeting, discussion or social gathering • Undermining – going behind the back of others or using insults to discredit arguments ... Making additional small requests after an  agreement has been made  Feigning the scarcity of an item Ulterior Motive Deception  Lying  Creating impression others will think poorly of them in order to  gain compliance  Threatening someone with power you don’t possess...
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Database Configuration: SAN or NAS - Discussion of Fibre Channel SAN and NAS doc

Database Configuration: SAN or NAS - Discussion of Fibre Channel SAN and NAS doc
... including database and OLTP Use SAN Large I/Os or data transfer applications Use SAN LAN-free or Serverless backup Use SAN Table-1, Comparison of when to use SAN and NAS or a combination of the ... performance The solution is a Fibre Channel- based Storage Area Network (SAN) (Figure-1 Bottom) to off load I/Os from busy networks that uses interfaces optimized for storage functions Fibre Channel ... about where best to store and how to access database information This discussion is centered on Storage Area Networks (SANs) and Network Attached Storage (NAS) storage networking technologies As...
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Chapter 9: When the Discussion Gets Stalled or Heated pptx

Chapter 9: When the Discussion Gets Stalled or Heated pptx
... attorney, credible reference) Keep the door open Conflict as a Choice Point  Explore whether conflict is a signal for a change  View the disagreement as a choice point and explore options for ... over, ignoring {men engage more frequently than women} • Exclusionary – leaving someone out of the meeting, discussion or social gathering • Undermining – going behind the back of others or using ... an agreement has been made  Feigning the scarcity of an item Ulterior Motive Deception  Lying  Creating impression others will think poorly of them in order to gain compliance  Threatening...
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