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Leverage the TKI Conflict-Handling Modes

9 October 2012

Allison read the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument and Introduction to Conflict Management booklets and celebrated this straightforward approach to transforming conflict.



Addressing Behaviors That Undermine a Culture of Safety in Healthcare

9 April 2013

Allison read Anger Management Courses Are a New Tool for Dealing With Out-of-Control Doctors in the 4 March 2013 edition of The Washington Post and paused to celebrate that many of her colleagues are working diligently to address this rare, but incredibly important issue in healthcare.



Listening Lessons from the Boston Marathon and Beyond

21 April 2015

Allison taught Resolving Conflict yesterday for the American Association for Physician Leadership and got to tell one of her favorite stories about how to listen even when you don’t understand.



Celebrating TKI’s 40th Anniversary

28 April 2015

Allison read the web site created to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI) and was glad to see a diverse collection of resources for people who want to learn more about how to transform conflict into productivity.



What is Mindfulness?

21 June 2016

Allison watched a video about the Compassionate Schools Project and appreciated a child's explanation of mindfulness.



Navigating Your Health Care

18 October 2016

Allison read Is Patient-Centered Care Always a Comfort? and appreciated Sarah Freymann Fontenot’s always thoughtful insights into the ever-changing health care industry.



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