This page will give you access to a range of resources that will build up over time. I will separate these out into those resources which I’ll share with everyone and those resources that will be password protected as they will be shared with individuals or groups with whom I have an “arrangement”.

MBTI Resources (password protected)

 

Belbin Team Roles

Developed over many years at what was then Henley Management College (now Henley Business School) the idea that we all have different attributes that we bring to a team allows us to look at the strengths we have and also identify areas for development.

Belbin Resources (this resource in password protected)


Learning Styles

Learning styles look at the common ways that people learn. Everyone has a mix of learning styles. Some people may find that they have a dominant style of learning, with far less use of the other styles.

Learning Styles (this resource in password protected)


 

Leadership Style

Consultants, business schools and psychologists have developed useful model that describe the ways that people lead. Understanding these frameworks can help you develop your own approach to leadership, and become a more effective leader.

Leadership Style (this resource in password protected)


 

Blake – Mouton Managerial Grid

The Blake-Mouton Managerial Grid was first published in 1964 and it suggests the most appropriate leadership style to use by asking you to focus your concern for your people or for production/tasks.

Blake and Mouton (this resource in password protected)


 

Emotional Intelligence

This highlights the strengths and weaknesses of six leadership styles that you can use. It also shows how each style can affect the emotions of your team members.

Emotional Intelligence (this resource in password protected)


Thomas -Killmann Conflict Mode Instrument

These resources provide you with insights into the causes and features on “conflict” in the organisation and the behaviour and characteristics of those involved in those conflict situations.

There is also a questionnaire and further reading to help you understand your “preferred” way of responding to conflict in the workplace and the action plan proposeS how you need to develop yourself to more effectively manage in this are.

Thomas -Killmann Conflict Mode Instrument (this resource in password protected)

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