On an early-morning hike in North Carolina’s Great Smoky Mountains, your group stops to enjoy some blueberries growing along the trail. Just then someone spots a small black bear cub, the mother bear lunges from the bushes and attacks — with near-fatal results.
Can you work as a team to save an injured person’s life - addressing five strategy options and ranking 10 backpack items?
This is a challenging adventure simulation that addresses formulating a strategy under pressure and consensus decision-making.
Mastering the Change Curve is appropriate for individuals at any organisational level who are experiencing continuous change. The most appropriate target audience consists of individuals who are subject to change they did not initiate themselves. ALSO ONLINE*.
Using the Participant Guide, individuals can create 2 profiles. The first profile is based on an assessment of their own preferences for one of 5 negotiating styles: Defeat, Withdraw, Accommodate, Compromise, or Collaborate.
The optional second profile, based on scores compiled from the peer Feedback Form, provides additional insight, as many people who think they are collaborative learn that their associates may disagree.
Identify your inherent personal style as it relates to people, tasks, time, and situations. Understand self and others more clearly. Improve communications. Increase your success in all relationships at work and at home. ALSO ONLINE*.
Personality style is an integral part of many training sessions. This assessment makes identifying and understanding personal style easy. Based on Carl Jung’s theory of psychological types, the PSI has helped thousands of people answer the question, 'Why do I act the way I do?'
Participants respond to 24 pairs of adjectives, using a pressure-sensitive form. After scoring is complete, easy-to-read charts allow respondents to quickly scan the strengths and trouble spots that characterise their particular communication styles. Part of the HRDQ Style Series. ALSO ONLINE*.
A quick and easy diagnostic for time management or personal development. The self-scoring, 50-question Inventory means that in 15 minutes you will have raised many of the key issues underpinning personal effectiveness.
Developed to help individuals assess their interpersonal influence style. The model upon which the inventory statements are based is an assertive behaviour model. This model suggests that 2 sets of behaviours create 4 behavioural mixes. One set of behaviour is related to an individual’s degree of openness or candor. Another set of behaviours is related to an individual’s degree of consideration for another or others. ALSO ONLINE*.