He Said, She Said

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Case 1 - HE SAID, SHE SAID

Shirley and Abdul both work for a software development company. The manager of the new product division was originally the leader of a project team for which she interviewed and hired Abdul. Shirley, another project team member, also interviewed Abdul but strongly opposed hiring him for the project because she thought he was not competent to do the job.
Seven months after Abdul was hired, the manager left the project to start her own company and recommended that Abdul and Shirley serve as joint project leaders. Shirley agreed reluctantly- with the stipulation that it be made clear she was not working for Abdul.
The general manager consented; Shirley and Abdul were to share the project leadership.
Within a month Shirley was angry because Abdul was representing himself to others as the leader of the entire project and giving the impression that Shirley was working for him. Now
Shirley and Abdul are meeting with you to see if you can help them resolve the conflict between them.
Shirley says. “Right after the joint leadership arrangement was reached with the general manager, Abdul called a meeting a the project team without even consulting me about the time or content. He just told me when it was being held and said I should be there. At the meeting,
Abdul reviewed everyone's duties, line by line, including mine, treating me as just another team member working for him. He sends out letters and signs himself as project director, which obviously implies to others that I am working for him."
Abdul says: "Shirley is all hung up with feelings of power and titles. Just because I sign myself as project director doesn't mean that she is working for me. I don't see anything to get excited about. What differences does it make? She is too sensitive about everything. I call a meeting and right…...

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