-- situation map
-- assessments


I didn't find this evaluation particularly meaningful. In other words, you don't actually need to take the assessment to understand which category you fit into. You do, however; need some capacity for self reflection.

You will have to ask people that work with me, but most of the time I try to embrace collaborative conflict. What this means to me is exploring both sides of the issue with a willingness to concede the point.

I often ask the other party to "ground" their assessment by explaining "why" and not just "what" they want.

This is especially true in the context of project-based decision making and the reason I have an interest in visualizing models and data. It is a method for me to communicate and ground my own assessments.

I avoid conflict unless the issue at hand is an important one. If I know the other party has a strong interest (and I don't) I normally accommodate. I'm not power oriented enough to have a forceful conflict style, and find it nearly impossible to impose my will on others. I try show them what I see and ask them to get on board if they can see it too. I generally don't believe in compromise. It's like a Swiss Army knife, good for some and great for none.

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