• melissaw wrote a new post, The Avoider, on the site Melissa W. Tyler 1 month ago

    Initially, when I received my Thomas-Killmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI) score, immediately I was surprised. I did not feel the assessment accurately identified my true method of conflict resolution. Further […]

  • “Successful teams develop. They grow over time, like any relationship, slowly developing their capacities to operate effectively” (Kahn, 2009, p. 11). This statement is thought-provoking and accurate, whether you […]

  • Patrick Lencioni’s Five Dysfunctions of a Team (2002) was a very enlightening read. The book highlighted dysfunctions that I have experienced over my career while providing a road map to identify disconnections […]

  • I am responsible for the financial aspects, graduate student engagement, and professional development for my School. Within the last fifteen years, I have grown in aspects of managing a single role to being apart […]

  • In the opening activities, I realize we all have a sense of uneasiness as it relates to this “Doctoral Journey.” Regardless of the different experiences, we could champion each other for a common cause. Who kne […]

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