Interventions are actions– behaviors, statements, or decisions– that respond to people or a situation.

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In reflection journal #3, you observed how the 5 core concerns showed up in your daily life at home, work, and school; in parenting, friendships, and relationships; and at the political, organizational, and government levels.
This week’s reflection journal #4 focuses on designing interventions that express appreciation, build affiliation, respect autonomy, acknowledge status, and choose fulfilling roles. Like last week, you will pay attention to the 5 core concerns as they appear in your life and the news. Use what you’ve learned about the 5 core concerns to intervene in ways that work with the underlying emotions. Interventions are actions– behaviors, statements, or decisions– that respond to people or a situation. Interventions are intentional because they are based in your analysis of that person or the situation. Interventions intend to alter outcomes by making interventions. For this assignment, our intended outcome is promoting the 5 core concerns for ourselves and others.h. Write about an intervention for each of the 5 core concerns. It can be an intervention you really used in the moment, or one that you came up with later. Include at least 2 interventions to take place at the political, organizational, or government levels. You do not need to be in the position of executing these interventions to imagine what might be effective in a given situation.
Make sure you explain why you chose the interventions you did. Here are some reflective practice questions you can use to think about your chosen interventions:
1. What was the intended impact of your interventions?
2. Were they effective (or do you expect them to be)? Why? 3. How can you tell whether an intervention is effective or ineffective?
If any of your interventions were ineffective, why do you think that was? 4. What would you do differently next time?
After reflecting on the questions above, write a journal distilling what you learned about conflict from those experiences in your life. You can write about something that reflected on another persons life. Put the topics into perspective and relate it to yourself. Be as specific as possible, and provide examples where appropriate.
Add at least one in-text citation, using the text book- Beyond Reason Using Emotions as You Negotiate (Fisher, Roger Shapiro, Daniel) Consider referring back to the 5 Core Concerns n the Handouts section of Blackboard.

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