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Available Inventories and Assessments
Learn about your DISC profile style – learn whether you are a dominant, influencing, steady or cautious leader in a group plus how to work with styles different than yours! Based on the DISC Assessment, DiSC® is a trademark of the Wiley Publishing Company
Emotional intelligence is all about how well you understand your own emotions and the emotions of others, and the ability to identify and manage them. This quiz, based on the Merrill-Reid method, will show you a working style that describes how you primarily approach and deal with people and situations at work.
The Conflict Management Styles inventory 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! Based on the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument
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Download the Personal Management Plan template, used during personal coaching sessions. A fillable PDF, it will help you identify personal goals and skills you wish to learn, refine or teach others to advance your career.
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This course about Student Affairs Assessment Basics is designed for higher education professionals new to assessment. The course will help students identify assessment concepts, how to determine the best assessment method for the goal, and the different types of assessments available to communicate outcomes during and after an event or program. It is designed for people new to assessment, such as new professionals or graduate students.
How we work together is often related to what we expect from others and how we want to be engaged while working. The key is learning how to manage conflict effectively so that it can serve as a catalyst, rather than a hindrance, to organizational improvement.
The best way to improve teamwork, conflict & communication skills is to understand more about your role on a team and what you expect from others – and know what your teammates expect from you.
Based on the DISC Assessment, DiSC® is a trademark of the Wiley Publishing Company