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Muungano: "Hoja ya Nguvu" V/S "Nguvu ya Hoja"!.

Discussion in 'KATIBA Mpya' started by Pascal Mayalla, Jun 2, 2012.

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    Pascal Mayalla JF-Expert Member

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    Wanabodi,

    Ili kuyachambua kwa kina yaliyojiri Zanzibar objectively, naombeni sana tutumie "nguvu za hoja" na sio " hoja za nguvu".

    Nilitamani topic hii ningeianzisha kule jukwaa la "great thinkers" ili ma great thinkers wa lever za kina Mzee Mwanakijiji, Nguruvi3, Mkandala and the like wazame ndani more objectively, nikajikuta kwa vile mimi si belong huko, nimeona ni bora nianzishie hapa ili sisi wa kawaida tufumbuliwe macho!.

    The motive behind uchomaji wa makanisa, is it really a pressure group dhidi ya kuuhadili muungano, au vitendo vya kigaidi kama vinavyofanywa na Boko Haram, Al Shababi, Al Qauda na Taleban?.

    Jee ni kweli kikundi cha Uamsho ndio kiko behind matukio haya, au ni ploy ya CCM kuwazima Uamsho ili wasiidai haki yao ya kuitaka Zanzibar yao, hivyo ni wao wamefanya ugaidi ule ili Uamsho wageuziwe kibao, ili kikundi hicho kipigwe marufuku na Zanzibar kuendelea kuburuzwa katika muungano ulivyo sasa?.

    Hivi kiukweli sababu zilizoufanya muungano ufanyike in such a rush, bado zipo mpaka leo?, kama hazipo, kuna ubaya gani tukiujadili muungano huu kwa marefu na mapana na tukapewa fursa kuupigia kura kama tunautaka na tukiutaka ni muungano wa aina gani?, na kama walio wengi hawautaki kwa nini kuwalazimisha?.

    Hivi kati ya bara na visiwani, nani anauhitaji zaidi muungano huu dhidi ya mwenzie?.

    Jee tufike mahali tukabali "mtoto akililia wembe tumpe?!.

    Pasco!.
     
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    Nyani Ngabu Platinum Member

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    Zanzibar tupa kule.

    Watanganyika tuamke sasa. Tutaendelea kuwa pimped mpaka lini?
     
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    platozoom JF-Expert Member

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    "Ningekuwa na uwezo ningekisukuma mbali kisiwa hiki, kitakuja kutupa matatizo sana" - Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere
     
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    babalao 2 JF-Expert Member

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    moto umewaka baada ya miaka 2
     
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    TO. MR. SAMWEL SITTA & OTHER LEADERS IN TANZANIA

    conflict is a fact of life; conflict has value in organizations because it: 1. spotlights problems that require attention 2. forces clarification 3. can invigorate leaders to strive for permanent solutions 4. directs the efforts or the organization toward finding solutions 5. counteract lethargy that can overtake organizations 6. challenges old habits and restores dynamic creativity that existed during the organization's formative stages 7.stimulates interest and curiosity.
    conflict is the gadfly of thought it stirs us to observation and memory. it instigates to invention. it shock us out of sheep like passivity, and set us at noting and contriving....Conflict is a sine qua non of reflection and ingenuity.
    sources of conflict; conflicts occur in every part of life. but why? the six common are; 1. Perceptual differences. 2. Priority of value differences. 3. Different expectations or role pressures. 4. Divergent goals. 5. Self-esteem or status threat. 6. Personality clashes.
    skills for resolving conflict; In any conflict between two parties, the approach and style for resolving conflict depends upon; assertiveness;. when important goals are at stake, leaders need to show assertive actions in pursuing the organization's view, needs, and goals. if the results have little importance, effective leaders wisely withhold assertive action.
    responsiveness;. how highly leaders (or groups) value the views, needs, and goals of the other party and the keeping of a good relationship with them, determines the level of response. leaders need expertise in these two skills (assertiveness and responsiveness) both in resolving conflict situations and in dealing with people in general.
    To summarize; Through non-assertive (submissive) behavior people usually hurt themselves by their own self-denial. If they have an overly developed ‘'polite'' response, they lose the right to act as they would like to, are unable to express their true feelings, and usually do not achieve their goals.
    Through aggressive behavior, people usually achieve their goals by hurting or infringing on the rights of others. This results in vengeance and hatred from others and makes them feel anxious.
    Though assertive behavior, people usually achieve their goals without hurting others' rights and feelings, or foregoing the expressing of their own opinions. Assertive behavior enhances self and gives honest expressions of feelings and viewpoints.
    Self-assertion leads to;
    i) Increased self- respect
    ii) Increased respect others
    iii) More control over life
    iv) More influence on external events
    v) Greater freedom from pressures or others' opinions
    vi) More flexibility in interactions with others
    vii) More inter-personal power
    viii) Enhanced inter-personal skills and less manipulation by others.
    Define the conflicting issue; it make no more sense in getting the right solution to wrong issue, that in getting the wrong solution to the right issue. If you cannot agree on the conflicting issue, you will not agree on the solution.
     
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