HC 205 Herzing University Unit 7 Conflict Resolution Plan Due Sunday by 11:59pm
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Conflict in the workplace might be inevitable, as employees have different personalities, goals, and opinions. Learning how to handle conflicts efficiently is the key to preventing it from hindering employees’ professional growth. This week, you will identify and apply an appropriate conflict resolution model to solve a real-life workplace conflict scenario.
Imagine that you were newly hired at a healthcare facility as an administrator. In your first few days at work, you came to learn that there was a major conflict occurring between employees and they had formed two opposing groups. Each side did not get along with the other and they had banded together in an us vs. them mentality. Furthermore, the employees involved were resistant to solving any issues and the supervisor, along with other management staff, was aware of the problem but chose not to intervene. In your first week at work, you realize that the organization has no conflict resolution policy. After bringing it to your supervisor’s notice he makes it your first assignment.
In a 2-3 page paper present an executive summary of a conflict resolution plan explaining the key steps that will be implemented to help the current conflicting parties to reach a peaceful resolution.
Your assignment must be written in standard edited English per the APA guidelines.
Be sure to support your work with at least two high-quality references, including at least one from peer-reviewed journals accessed through the Herzing University Library or other sources.
Your assignment should show the effective application of triangulation of content and resources in your conclusion and recommendations.
HC250 – Unit 7 Assignment
HC250 – Unit 7 Assignment
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent
Demonstrates the ability to construct a clear and insightful problem statement/thesis statement/topic statement with evidence of all relevant contextual factors.
Demonstrates the ability to construct a problem statement, thesis statement/topic statement with evidence of most relevant contextual factors, and problem statement is adequately detailed.
Begins to demonstrate the ability to construct a problem statement/thesis statement/topic statement with evidence of most relevant contextual factors, but problem statement is superficial.
Demonstrates a limited ability in identifying a problem statement/thesis statement/topic statement or related contextual factors.
Demonstrates the ability to explain contextual facts but does not provide a defined statement.
There is no evidence of a defined statement.
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnalysis
Organizes and compares evidence to reveal insightful patterns, differences, or similarities related to focus.
Organizes and interprets evidence to reveal patterns, differences, or similarities related to focus.
Organizes and describes evidence according to patterns, differences, or similarities related to focus.
Organizes evidence, but the organization is not effective in revealing patterns, differences, or similarities.
Describes evidence, but it is not organized and/ or is unrelated to focus.
Lists evidence, but it is not organized and/ or is unrelated to focus.
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting
The paper exhibits a excellent command of written English language conventions. The paper has no errors in mechanics, grammar, or spelling.
The paper exhibits a good command of written English language conventions. The paper has no errors in mechanics, or spelling with minor grammatical errors that impair the flow of communication.
The paper exhibits a basic command of written English language conventions. The paper has minor errors in mechanics, grammar, or spelling that impact the flow of communication.
The paper exhibits a limited command of written English language conventions. The paper has frequent errors in mechanics, grammar, or spelling that impede the flow of communication.
The paper exhibits little command of written English language conventions. The paper has errors in mechanics, grammar, or spelling that cause the reader to stop and reread parts of the writing to discern meaning.
The paper does not demonstrate command of written English language conventions. The paper has multiple errors in mechanics, grammar, or spelling that cause the reader difficulty discerning the meaning.
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAPA
The required APA elements are all included with correct formatting, including in-text citations and references.
The required APA elements are all included with minor formatting errors, including in-text citations and references.
The required APA elements are all included with multiple formatting errors, including in-text citations and references.
The required APA elements are not all included. AND/OR there are major formatting errors, including in-text citations and references.
Several APA elements are missing. The errors in formatting demonstrate limited understanding of APA guidelines, in-text-citations, and references.
There is little to no evidence of APA formatting. AND/OR there are no in-text citations AND/OR references.
Total Points: 70.0
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The Gilded Age:
Dealt with corruption in American Politics after Civil
War along with Industrialization, and Inventions that led to Expansion, and
Growth. (Economic, Social, Political). It gets its name from a base
underneath the illusion of prosperity luster. (Underneath: Corruption and
greed. Above: Polite society and intellect)
Mr. G.A. Hawkins
Sam Houston MSTC
Industrialization during the Gilded Age
This occurred because of an abundance of natural resources, the use
of electricity and petroleum, new inventions, and improved
transportation and communication. Leads to fortune, wealth, growth,
trade, labor, and pollution.
Inventions during the Gilded Age: Inventions make life easier;
create other industries or services but also lead to other
economic, social, political environmental problems.
Inventions during the Gilded Age: Bessemer Steel Process
Method of steel making that burned off the impurities in Molten iron
with a blast of hot air. American steel production skyrocketed.
Inventions during the Gilded Age: The Airplane
In 1903 Orville and Wilbur Wright invented the first working airplane.
Made its first flight at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina.
Inventions during the Gilded Age: Telegraph
Invented in the 1800s by Samuel F. B. Morse. He invented the telegraph as a
means to communicate over wires with electricity called Morse code.
Inventions during the Gilded Age: Telephone
Invented in 1876 by Alexander Graham Bell. It was designed to improve
communication over wires. It was considered a talking telegraph and
Inventions during the Gilded Age: Typewriter
Invented in 1867 by Christopher Sholes. Developed the type writer for legible
documents. The computer today is the modern version of the type writer.
Inventions during the Gilded Age: Light Bulb
Invented in 1879 by Thomas Alva Edison. Eventually led to the end of kerosene
lamps and gas lamps with the invention of electricity and light bulbs. He also
invented the phonograph in 1877 and the telegraphic stock ticker.
Reconstruction: A Political Trilogy
As soon as ten percent of those who had
voted in 1860 took this oath of allegiance,
a confederate state could form a new
state government and send
representatives and senators to congress.
Under Lincolns terms, three states
Arkansas, Louisiana and Tennesseemoved toward readmission to the union.
Johnson pardoned more than 13,00 former
Confederates because he believed that
White men alone must manage the
The Radical Republicans
The Radicals, led by Senators Charles Sumner of
Massachusetts and Rep. Thaddeus Stevens of Pennsylvania
wanted to destroy the political power of former
slaveholders. Most of all they wanted African Americans to
be given full citizenship and the right to vote.
In December 1865, the newly elected Southern
legislators arrived in washing, Congress, however
refused to admit the new southern legislators. At
the same time moderate republicans pushed for
new laws to remedy weaknesses they saw in
Johnsons plan. In 1866, Congress voted to
enlarge the Freedmans Bureau and passed the
Civil Rights Act of 1866. The law gave AfriccanAmericans citizenship and forbade states from
passing discriminatory laws-black codes- that
severely restricted African Americans lives.
The Freeman’s Bureau was established by Congress on 3rd March, 1865. The bureau
was designed to protect the interests of former slaves. This included helping them to
find new employment and to improve educational and health facilities. In the year
that followed the bureau spent $17,000,000 establishing 4,000 schools, 100 hospitals
and providing homes and food for former slaves.
The Freeman’s Bureau also helped to establish Howard University in Washington in
1867. Instigated by the Radical Republicans in Congress it was named after General
Oliver Howard, a Civil War hero and commissioner of the Bureau of Refugees and a
leading figure in the Freeman’s Bureau.
The Civil Rights act of 1866
April 9, 1866 A.D.
Civil Rights Act of 1866 39th United States Congress
Long title: CHAP XXXI. An Act to protect all Persons in the United States in their Civil Rights, and
furnish the Means of their vindication. Authored by: Introduced by: Dates Date passed: House:
April 9, 1866
Senate: April 6, 1866. Date signed into law: 1866 Amendments: Related legislation: The Civil Rights
Act of 1866 is a federal law in the United States declaring that everyone born in the U.S. and not
subject to any foreign power is a citizen, without regard to race, color, or previous condition of
slavery or involuntary servitude. As citizens they could make and enforce contracts, sue and be
sued, give evidence in court, and inherit, purchase, lease, sell, hold, and convey real and personal
property. Persons who denied these rights to former slaves were guilty of a misdemeanor and upon
conviction faced a fine not exceeding $1,000, or imprisonment not exceeding one year, or both. The
activities of organizations such as the Ku Klux Klan undermined the workings of this act and it failed
to guarantee the civil rights of African Americans. This statute does not cover visitors, diplomats,
and Native Americans in the United States on reservations. It was aimed at the Freedmen (freed
slaves) and was a major policy during Reconstruction. It was vetoed by President Andrew
Johnson, then passed over his veto by Radical Republicans in Congress.
Parts of the act continue in effect in the 21st century, in the United States Code:
“All persons within the jurisdiction of the United States shall have the same right in every State and
Territory to make and enforce contracts, to sue, be parties, give evidence, and to the full and equal
benefit of all laws and proceedings for the security of persons and property as is enjoyed by white
citizens, and shall be subject to like punishment, pains, penalties, taxes, licenses, and exactions of
every kind, and to no other.” This is based on section one of the 1866 act.
The Reconstruction Act of 1867
The acts’ main points included:
Creation of five military districts in the seceded
states not including Tennessee, which had ratified
the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States
Constitution and was readmitted to the Union
Requiring congressional approval for new state
constitutions (which were required for Confederate
states to rejoin the Union)
Confederate states give voting rights to all men.
All former Confederate states must ratify the 14th
President Andrew Johnson’s vetoes of these
measures were overridden by Congress.
Later, when the case Ex Parte McCardle came to the
Supreme Court, Congress feared that the court may
strike the Reconstruction Acts down as
unconstitutional, at which point Congress repealed
the Habeas Corpus act of 1867 to revoke the
Supreme Court’s appellate power to hear the case.
The Impeachment of Andrew Johnson
After President Johnson notified Congress
on February 21, 1868, that he had
removed Edwin Stanton as Secretary of
War and replaced him with AdjutantGeneral Lorenzo Thomas, it took the
House of Representatives only three days
to impeach him for “high crimes and
misdemeanors.” Meanwhile, Stanton
refused to abandon his office and had
Thomas arrested for attempting to
exercise the duties of the Secretary of
War. Johnsons trial in the Senate, which
he did not attend, began on March 23
and was presided over by Chief Justice
Salmon B. Chase. There were eleven
articles of impeachment. On May 16, the
Senate voted on the eleventh article,
which included many of the charges
contained in the preceding articles.
Johnson was acquitted by one vote; the
35-19 count was just short of the
necessary two-thirds majority.
Harpers Weekly had its own artist,
Theodore Davis, draw up many scenes of
the impeachment process and drama;
they included detailed illustrations,
drawn to scale, of both the House and
the Senate in session.
The 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments to the U.S. Constitution are
referred to as the Reconstruction Amendments. Each amendment
addressed specific issues regarding Southern slavery, citizenship,
and suffrage. Of the three, the 14th Amendment is still applied in
contemporary cases that violate the equal protection clause. All
three amendments radically altered the social and political
landscape of American society at a time the Civil War was ending.
Although the motives of Radical Republicans crafting the
amendments were partisan, their efforts paved the way toward a
society that was on the path to a democracy that would ultimately
provide absolute equality for every citizen.
Opposition to Reconstruction
KU KLUX KLAN
The Ku Klux Klan (KKK) is a white supremacist
organization that was founded in 1866. Throughout its
notorious history, factions of the secret fraternal
organization have used acts of terrorismincluding
murder, lynching, arson, rape, and bombingto oppose
the granting of civil rights to African Americans. Deriving
its membership from native-born, white Protestant U.S.
citizens, the KKK has also been anti-Semitic and antiCatholic, and has opposed the immigration of all those
it does not view as “racially pure.”
Other names for the group have been White
Brotherhood, Heroes of America, Constitutional Union
Guards, and Invisible Empire.
Nathan Bedford Forrest (July 13, 1821
October 29, 1877) was a lieutenant general in
the Confederate Army during the American
Civil War. He is remembered both as a selfeducated, innovative cavalry leader during
the war and as a leading southern advocate
in the postwar years. He served as the first
Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, 1]
The Amnesty Act of May 22, 1872 was a United
States federal law that removed voting restrictions
and office-holding disqualification against most of
the secessionists who rebelled in the American
Civil War, except for some 500 military leaders of
the Confederacy. The original restrictive Act was
passed by the United States Congress on May
The 1872 Act affected over 150,000 former
Confederate troops who had taken part in the
American Civil War.
The End of Reconstruction
Congress removed the civilian governments in the South in
1867 and put the former Confederacy under the rule of the
U.S. Army. The army then conducted new elections in which
the freed slaves could vote while those who held leading
positions under the Confederacy were denied the vote and
could not run for office.
In ten states, coalitions of freedmen, recent arrivals from
the North (Carpetbaggers), and white Southerners who
supported Reconstruction (Scalawags) cooperated to form
Republican state governments, which introduced various
reconstruction programs, offered massive aid to railroads,
built public schools, and raised taxes. Conservative
opponents charged that Republican regimes were marred
by widespread corruption. Violent opposition towards
freedmen and whites who supported Reconstruction
emerged in numerous localities under the name of the Ku
Klux Klan, which led to federal intervention by President
Ulysses S. Grant in 1871 that closed down the Klan.
Conservative Democrats calling themselves “Redeemers”
regained control state by state, sometimes using fraud and
violence to control state elections. A deep national
economic depression following the Panic of 1873 led to
major Democratic gains in the North, the collapse of many
railroad schemes in the South, and a growing sense of
frustration in the North.
The United States presidential
election of 1876 was and still is
one of the most disputed and
controversial elections. Samuel J.
Tilden of New York outpolled
Ohio’s Rutherford B. Hayes in the
popular vote, and had 184
electoral votes to Hayes’s 165,
with 20 votes uncounted..
It is generally believed that an
informal deal was struck to resolve
the dispute: the Compromise of
1877. In return for the Democrats’
acquiescence in Hayes’s election,
the Republicans agreed to
withdraw federal troops from the
South, ending Reconstruction. The
Compromise effectively ceded
power in the Southern states to
the Democratic Redeemers
Here is the power-point for the first day of class. Be
prepared to answer the following questions. Remember
their are no wrong answer only answer with insufficient
support for belief .Make me believe!
1. List and discuss the three types of Reconstruction..
2. Analyze the differences between the moderate and the
3. Summarize how government promoted the
4. Examine the Reconstruction Amendments (13,14,15th)
their effectiveness or lack their of…….
5. Explain the political events in detail that brought about
the end of the Reconstruction era….
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