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    Calm

    11 Collaborating
    10 Compromising
    8 Accommodating
    7 Avoiding
    6 Forcing

    Storm

    11 Compromising
    9 Collaborating
    8 Forcing
    7 Accommodating
    6 Avoiding

    Makes sense. Nice test, thanks!

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    Calm
    Response when issues/conflicts first arise.

    Score....Style
    12........Collaborating
    9..........Compromising
    9..........Forcing
    7..........Accommodating
    7..........Avoiding

    Storm
    Response after the issues/conflicts have been unresolved an have grown in intensity.

    Score....Style
    10........Collaborating
    9..........Compromising
    8..........Forcing
    7..........Accommodating
    6..........Avoiding
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post
    It's a theory that's being thrashed out. Apparently I "sound" like an ENTP cause I skip around too much in my thinking...

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    I just came across these this morning.
    They sound interesting on the surface, so I'm going to check into them further.
    I was hoping maybe some other folks might join me in exploring and discussing them.


    Thomas-Kilmann Conflict MODE
    • Competing is assertive and uncooperative
    • Accommodating is unassertive and cooperative
    • Avoiding is unassertive and uncooperative
    • Collaborating is both assertive and cooperative
    • Compromising is moderate in both assertiveness and cooperativeness
    Ralph Kilmann - Conflict MODE Instrument
    http://www.dric.com/Assessments/TKI_Sample.pdf
    Thomas Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Kraybill Conflict Style
    is a modification of the above.
    Here is a free online early version test:
    Personal Conflict Style Inventory
    More about the development of this variation:
    The Thomas Kilmann Conflict Mode Inventory Strengths and limitations. Alternatives.
    Adult Personal Conflict Style Inventory Tally

    Calm
    Response when issues/conflicts first arise.

    Score Style
    11 Collaborating
    9 Compromising
    8 Forcing
    6 Avoiding
    4 Accommodating

    Storm
    Response after the issues/conflicts have been unresolved an have grown in intensity.

    Score Style
    12 Collaborating
    12 Forcing
    10 Compromising
    10 Avoiding
    6 Accommodating


    Read more about these five Styles of Conflict Management

    Interpreting the Scores:
    This exercise gives you two sets of scores for each of the five approaches to conflict. Calm scores apply to your response when disagreement first arises. Storm scores apply to your responses if things are not easily resolved and emotions get stronger. The higher your score in a given style, the more likely you are to use this style in responding to conflict. The highest score in each of the columns indicates a "preferred" or primary style. If two or more styles have the same score they are eually "preferred." The second highest score indicates ones's "backup" style if the number is relatively close to the highest score. A fairly even score across all of the styles indicates a "flat profile." Persons with a flat profile tend to be able to choose easily among the various responses to conflict.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    [COLOR="Blue"]I've read a little bit more, and now I feel like I wish there was a book on how to move from the unhealthier ways of dealing with conflict to the healthier ways.
    "Collaborating" seems to be the one to shoot for, but in my opinion, the issue at hand isn't always worth the effort of a full-out collaboration.
    You might look into Sonnie Van Sandt's book Wired for Conflict. And Introduction to Type and Conflict by Killen and ???. both available at CAPT: Training, Books, Research for MBTI, Archetypes, Leadership, Psychological Type.. TJ, TP, NJ, NP seem to form the tightest correlations with conflict handling style. One thing we see is that people who've dealt with conflict tend to learn better ways to do it. Lots of older people, no matter what their type, stop avoidance...
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    Calm

    11 Avoiding
    10 Forcing
    9 Compromising
    7 Collaborating
    4 Accommodating

    Storm

    11 Compromising
    10 Forcing
    9 Avoiding
    7 Collaborating
    5 Accommodating
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    Calm

    10 Avoiding
    6 Forcing
    5 Compromising
    5 Accommodating
    2 Collaborating

    Storm

    12 Avoiding
    7 Forcing
    6 Collaborating
    5 Compromising
    5 Accommodating


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