Learn best practices for using psychometric assessments and identify ways to use your resources more effectively. Using the Myers-Briggs Instrument with the Bar-On Emotional Quotient Inventory Learn to combine the insights of type theory with the Bar-On EQ-I to identify opportunities to help your clients develop their emotional intelligence. Key Ideas in a TKI Workshop Learn to use the TKI in communication workshops and team-building programs and in sessions for employees, managers, and executives. Understanding and Explaining out of Preference Results on the MBTI® Step II™ Learn why some people may have three or more facets in a dichotomy that are in the mid-zone or are clearly in the opposite direction, and how to explain these results to your clients. Applying the CPI™ to Business Areas of Interest Learn which CPI scales are best suited to apply to common areas of interest for managers and executives. An Interpretive sequence for the FIRO-B® Instrument Learn how to wring the most information from a set of FIRO-B results so your clients get the most out of the FIRO-B Instrument. TKI – A Brief Guide for Clients Provide your clients with an understanding of how different people approach conflict, and how the TKI can help them deal more productively with conflict. Challenging the Status Quo: How to Cultivate a Creative Climate Creativity is essential to a prosperous and adaptive organization. Through the flexibility and novelty that creativity allows, corporations can mitigate internal conflict, keep job variety alive and well, and in general, gain competitive advantage by meeting emergent and often fleeting market demands. Using Personality Assessments to Hire Employees Personality assessments provide a measure of how individuals work with people, approach their tasks, communicate, approach change, and deal with stress. Differences between people in these various areas can make them more or less effective in different jobs. Using the MBTI and Strong Assessments Together in Career Transition This guide explores how you can the combine information from the MBTI and Strong tools to help your clients successfully navigate their search for a new, better-fitting career. Using the CPI 260® Instrument with the Strong Interest Inventory® Assessment This guide focuses on integrating the data provided by the CPI 260® and Strong Interest Inventory® assessments to assist facilitators, coaches, and human resource professionals in working with clients and employees to identify next steps in their professional development. Using the TKI Assessment with the MBTI® Instrument Learn how to combine the TKI instrument with the MBTI instrument. Get the most out of both instruments by understanding the interplay between MBTI preferences and TKI conflict modes. Using the TKI Assessment with the CPI 260 ® Instrument Using the TKI Assessment with the CPI 260 ® Instrument new1.gif Learn how to combine the TKI instrument and the CPI 260. Identify your clients most preferred conflict mode with the TKI plus their interpersonal style, approach to leadership, values and motivation with the CPI 260. Use this rich information to help plan for your client’s development. Making Conflict Management a Strategic Advantage This paper explores five key elements of a strategy for making conflict management a core competency in an organization: developing conflict literacy, measuring conflict styles, building conflict management skills, involving top management, and using conflict-focused team building and interventions. Using the FIRO Business ™ Assessment and Reports in Key Business Applications How to use the FIRO Business ™ for the key business applications of leadership development, executive coaching, team building and conflict management. Developing Great Leaders Using four building blocks (vision, interpersonal style, communication and problem solving/decision making) of leadership as the foundation for leadership assessment, coaching and development Selecting Career Assessments Tips to help you determine your assessment needs, narrow down the possibilities, and create a list that will cover assessment costs, certification requirements and technical considerations.