To help you choose which particular courses, assessments, and books will be most relevant to your specialized needs and/or the needs of your clients, Dr. Ralph Kilmann has prepared his recommendations especially to suit your primary or preferred occupational identity—which he summarizes in the following way:
To meet the educational challenges in today’s global village, colleges and universities must include the topics of conflict management and change management in their relevant degree programs (and in their executive, non-degree programs). Professors and students can learn about these essential topics in a personal way, by taking our courses and assessments from the author who developed the integrated program of quantum transformation.
A grand overview of the eight tracks to long-term success, so members can transform an old Newtonian organization into a new quantum organization.
Learn how your four foundational inner conflicts can be addressed with five different conflict modes, so all your human consciousness can be brought into the workplace.
Learn how to interpret your own TKI Profile (as well as other individual profiles) and then learn to improve your conflict-handling behavior.
Learn how to interpret the more intricate Group TKI Profiles, so all groups can learn how to resolve their most challenging conflicts.
Learn how to use the TKI assessment and other tools for resolving an organization’s most complex problems and conflicts in a fast-paced world.
Learn how to identify the most dysfunctional cultural norms and then replace them with healthier behavioral norms, thereby closing culture-gaps.
Learn how to surface and then revise your false assumptions, so your decisions and actions will be based on today’s reality, not yesterday’s fantasy.
Learn how to identify and then close team-gaps, so all groups will be able to resolve their most complex problems and conflicts in the workplace.
Learn how members can effectively self-design and self-manage the two most important formal systems in their organization.
Learn how members can effectively self-design and self-manage the reward polices and practices that inspire high performance and satisfaction.
Learn how to describe, control, and continuously improve the flow of work in an organization, including how to accelerate the rate of learning across all units.
If you would like to develop an in-depth understanding of how to dramatically improve all the systems and processes that guide organizational members, we have an integrated sequence of online courses that not only examines each of these systems (culture, skills, teams, strategy-structure, reward systems, etc.), but also includes our 3 TKI-based courses on conflict resolution. But it will be most cost effective for you to purchase and then take The Complete Program, which includes all our 11 online courses and 9 assessment tools at a significant discount. You will receive your “Certification in Conflict Management and Change Management” when you pass all 11 Final Exams.
The TKI allows you to discover whether you might be overusing or underusing one or more of five conflict-handling modes (collaborating, competing, compromising, accommodating, and avoiding), so you can improve how you manage conflict in the future.
By taking one TKI specifically for INSIDE your group and another TKI for OUTSIDE your group, you’ll discover how your leader, the culture, and the reward system might be having undue influence on how conflict is being managed in your group or team.
After completing the TKI assessment, every team member will receive a personalized report that uncovers the particular OBSTACLES to effective conflict management along with several recommended REMEDIES for improving their team’s performance and member satisfaction.
The KOCI reveals how often you are being negatively affected by the various systems conflicts in your organization (e.g., culture, strategy-structure, and rewards) and which conflict modes you tend to use too much or too little for resolving those systems conflicts.
This instrument assesses a person’s preferences for collecting information and making decisions, as based on the personality dimensions that were originally developed by C. G. Jung: ST, NT, SF, and NF types or styles for approaching problems and conflicts.
This assessment allows you to discover the differences between actual and desired cultural norms in four areas: task support, task innovation, social relationships, and personal freedom. Once identified, a group can take steps to close these culture-gaps.
This survey pinpoints five key areas in your work life in which you might not be making the best use of your time. The results then suggest how you can reallocate the time your spend on tasks and activities in order to achieve your group or organization’s goals.
This survey looks at the differences between actual and desired behavior in four key areas: cultural norms, people management, problem management, and time management. If any of these four team-gaps are significant, members can then close these gaps.
This survey assesses if you believe that your performance is largely determined by outside forces (such as your boss or coworkers) or by inside forces (your own decisions and actions). The results lead to new beliefs that encourage greater personal empowerment.
This survey assesses whether you have the right balance of influence over the key aspects of your job that determine your performance and satisfaction. If you have too little (or too much) influence, steps can then be taken to create the right balance.
This assessment relies on two dimensions (observing acts of courage and fearing acts of courage) to define four organizations. Steps can then be taken to transform a fearful or bureaucratic organization into a more courageous or quantum organization.
In his most comprehensive book to date, Dr. Kilmann integrates ALL that he’s created during the past fifty years for those four timeless topics: conflict management, change management, consciousness, and transformation — which includes 167 illustrations.
This book examines how to expand the self-aware consciousness of individuals by encouraging them to actively participate in mind/body/spirit modalities. That expanded consciousness must then be infused into all our organizations, institutions, and nations.
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