Conflict Resolution



I am finishing off my first assessment (CIPD L5) and am looking at the Conflict Resolution models. When looking at the video they ask you to talk about two different models. I have one model I am going to discuss but wondered if anyone else was in the same predicament? I'm unsure of another model to talk about. Any help pointing in the right direction would be greatly appreciated. 




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  • Hi I looked and French and Raven (1959) 5 Bases of Power.  Hope this helps 



  • Same! I wrote Abit about research conducted by Gordon Allport. Took alot of effort to find that piece!

  • Hi Tabitha, 

    I am struggling with this too! I have spoken about the Thomas-Killman model and cannot seem to find any other models. I have just searched the internet for an hour and am no better off! I two would appreciate a nudge in the right direction too! 


  • Thank you Howard. I forgot to say that the Thomas-Kilmann example is the one I have already. I was looking for a second model and have had no luck! 


    Thank you for your help anyway, it is much appreciated :) 

  • Hi Tabitha,

    Here is one I have used in the past. I think it is good as it take our thinking past compramise in to collaboration and this links well to the HR map behaviours.

    Regards Howard.


    An Overview of the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI) A long-term collaboration by…
    Learn all about the Thomas-Kilmann Instrument (TKI assessment) directly from the person who co-created it: Dr. Ralph H. Kilmann. All of Ralph’s resea…
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