Conflict Management Styles

Working with others will naturally create situations where differences arise.  How individuals chose to deal with these situations will either create opportunities for solutions and innovations or unproductive conflict.  This workshop uses the Thomas Kilman Inventory (TKI) to identify different

The TKI assessment is ideal for a wide range of applications, including conflict-handling styles and to learn how to choose the appropriate style for any situation.  LINC Associates can provide the assessment to individuals as part of leadership development programs or teams who are trying to improve how they function.  At the end of the workshop, employees will have the skills to identify triggers that create conflict for themselves as well as learn how to use the five situation-specific styles for dealing with conflict effectively (competing, collaborating, compromising, avoiding, accommodating).


To read a white paper about TKI and its uses in organizations, click here.