TKI Assessment and Report

Conflict Skills – How to Improve? Self-awareness to your own conflict-handling style can be a very beneficial start to improving your own conflict resolution and conflict management skills. A leading conflict-handling self-assessment tool is the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI), which has been used successfully for more than 30 years to help individuals in a variety of…

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Negative Attitudes Have Health Consequences

Examples of Negative Attitudes Experts and their research have proven that people with negative attitudes can have shorter life-spans.  One of the main reasons – negative attitudes can produce more stress – and the medical evidence on the health consequences of stress is abundant. Studies from the University College London have also proven that after…

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Two Reasons for Teams to Learn About Personality Styles

Why do Personality Assessment Training? Have you been wondering and/or trying to decide if doing personality training is right for you? Your team? Your organization? And of course, whether it’s worth the investment? The Advantages to Understanding Personalities Before reviewing the value and benefits for learning about personalities, let’s first define personality styles. Personality styles can…

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BC Human Rights Protection – Updated Information Sheets

Discrimination and Harassment – What You Need to Know As of December 2015, new fact sheets have been created to help all of us understand human rights in British Columbia, including: Age Discrimination Mental or Physical Disability Sexual Orientation Racial Discrimination Sex Discrimination and Sexual Harassment BC Human Rights Code or the Code is the law…

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Team Assessment: The Five Behaviours of a Cohesive Team

WHAT IS THE TEAM ASSESSMENT FROM THE FIVE BEHAVIOURS OF A COHESIVE TEAM™? The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team training and team assessment is based on the model developed by Patrick Lencioni in his book, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team. Lencioni’s model outlines the five behaviors that are statistically correlated with each other: building trust,…

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Conflict Management – Assertiveness

When to be Assertive? The Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI) and training has been used for over four decades by millions of people to support more productive conflict resolution for leaders, teams, negotiations, crisis’, as well as marriages and families. The TKI assessment is a leading measure of conflict handling behaviours, identifying individuals’ approaches in dealing…

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Self-Respect and Respecting Yourself

Self Respect: Seven Quick Tips on How to Respect Yourself Self-Respect is defined as pride and confidence in oneself; a feeling that one is behaving with honour and dignity towards oneself and others. Self-respect maintains and enhances our own positive, healthy, high esteem. Here are seven tips on how to be respectful towards yourself: 1.) Make…

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