Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI)
The IDI is a statistically reliable, cross-culturally valid measure of Intercultural competence based on Dr. Milton Bennet's Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity (DMIS). The IDI can be used for a wide variety of purposes, including:
1. Individual assessment in coaching, counseling situations
2. Group analysis in team building efforts
3. Organizational-wide needs assessment for training design
4. Program evaluation to assess effectiveness of various
The IDI is a 50-item, theory based paper and pencil instructions ent that assess the major stages of intercultural competence as a conceptualized in the DMIS theory. The instrument is easy to complete, and it can generate a graphic profile of an individual's or group's predominant stage of intercultural development and textual interpretation of that stage and associate transition issues.
Intercultural Conflict Style (ICS) Inventory
Living and working in a multicultural society demands the ability to recognize and appropriately respond to "cultural" differences in conflict. This workshop will give you critically important awareness and tools needed to effectively. manage and resolve conflicts. The practical "four-quadrant intercultural conflict style model" developed by Dr. Mitchell Hammer provides a rich framework for increasing competence in cross-cultural resolution. This model identifies two core, culturally-learned approaches: (1) direct or indirect strategies for resolving disagreements and (2) emotionally expressive or restrained approaches for dealing with conflict. Combining these approached results in four cross-cultural Accommodation an dDynamic. The Intercultural Conflict Style (ICS) inventory is the premier assessment tool for identifying fundamental approaches for resolving conflict across cultural and ethnic differences.
Myers-Briggs Type Inventory (MBTI)
Understanding yourself and others are two imperative qualities you need to set yourself apart from the competition in today's workforce. This workshop will help you gain a better understanding of your own and others' personality preferences. The Step II Interpretive Report is a highly personalized narrative and graphic report that helps you understand and apply your four-letter personality type. Next, your Step II facet results are displayed graphically. Personalized text explains those results on each of the 20 facets. These results are then applied to four important components of professional development: communication, change management, decision-making, and conflict management. The report describes your style in these four areas and suggests way of using that style more effectively.
Trauma Focused Executive & Personal Coaching
This service is for individuals that are in leadership positions by title or by influence. Also, for people experiencing a difficult time managing a diverse workforce or being managed. PINK will work one-on-one to assess and guide the client through areas that they find difficult. The end result is the client becoming a value add to the organization and increase effectiveness in mindset and communication skill set.