Damian Killen and Danica MurphyHelp individuals manage conflict and enhance relationships in the process.
Conflict is a natural part of everyone's working and personal life and though it often appears to be triggered by a simple, straightforward issue, more often than not conflict exists because some core element of trust, beliefs, authority, or passion is being challenged. The MBTI® Conflict Style Report helps individuals understand how their MBTI type preferences influence their approach and response to conflict and it provides them with a framework for dealing with conflict situations more effectively.
This 11-page, online report provides a detailed overview of an individual’s conflict style with specific information on key strengths and likely conflict triggers as well as a description of potential blind spots and areas for further development. To assist individuals with gaining awareness of how others approach conflict, the report also explains the essential attributes associated with different conflict styles and offers insights into how others may viewand typically want to addressa conflict situation and includes tips for increasing sensitivity.
Additionally, it helps individuals become better at navigating conflict by offering suggestions for how to adjust their natural style to effectively navigate conflicts when they arise and to foster better relationships moving forward.
This personalized interpretive report can be generated using the client's item responses (reported type) or verified type. Use it with Introduction to Type® and Conflict and provide individuals with a thorough tool set for understanding type and conflict and for learning how to modify their approach to conflict for maximum impact.