Your Conflict Management Style(s)

Based on the work of Jane Mouton and Robert Blake, Kenneth Thomas and Ralph Kilmann identified five different methods of dealing with conflict. Thomas and Kilmann insist that there is no single style that is appropriate in all circumstances, and that each have advantages and disadvantages in dealing with the various types of conflictual situations that may arise.

This test is a ‘light’ version of the tool. There are triads of statements describing possible behavioral responses for situations in which you find your wishes differing from those of another person. For each triad, choose the statement which is most characteristic of your own behavior. If no statement seems typical of your behavior, just select the response which you think would be closest.

1.Choose the statement that is most common for you:
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3.Choose the statement that is most common for you:
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6.Choose the statement that is most common for you:
7.Choose the statement that is most common for you:
8.Choose the statement that is most common for you:
9.Choose the statement that is most common for you:
10.Choose the statement that is most common for you:

Your Conflict Management Style(s)

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