Online Assessment Instructions

Take the assessments in a shoes-off, relaxed frame of mind.  Think about what you prefer outside of roles you play at work and in your personal life.  Try to answer what you prefer while removing any expectations you might face from work, family, and friends.  Think about what you prefer when you are not under pressure to do things in a particular way.  There are no right or wrong responses, no better or worse results – only the ones that are correct for you. Also, try not to think too much about each item.  Instead, answer what first comes to you.  If you cannot decide on an answer, skip that item and come back to it.

The MBTI® tool (Myers Briggs) is a well known and thoroughly researched training and development tool.  Your answers to the items on the MBTI® tool will help show you how you like to look at things and how you like to go about deciding things.  There are no “right” or “wrong” answers.  Knowing your own preferences and learning about other people’s can help you understand what your preferences are, what kind of work you might enjoy, and how people with different preferences can relate to one another.

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The FIRO (Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation) Business tool looks at when people’s needs are being met on a team, they engage, contribute, collaborate, and produce. When their needs are unsatisfied, they withdraw, complain, procrastinate, and sabotage. If we look at the needs for involvement, influence, and connection across a team, we can begin to understand the story the data tell us about team synergy, gaps, productivity, and relationships.

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The TKI (Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument) helps people understand how five conflict – handling modes or styles – competing, collaborating, compromising, avoiding, and accommodating – affect interpersonal and group dynamics and learn how to select the most appropriate style for a given situation.

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