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The Ambiguity Management Instrument (AMI)™ is designed to help people understand the ambiguity management characteristics of LEAD Influencer ® preferences; which is a term used in this booklet to describe the 'Big 5' dimensions of Personality DNA ® that make us collectively similar, but individually very different, in how we go about handling ambigious problems in the workplace.
The sense-making tool used in the AMI™ to identify, understand and solve the four types of problems people typically encounter at work is called The Ambiguity Management Framework© and provides insights into:
The AMI™ booklet can be used as an independent resource to gain awareness about your own Ambiguity Management preference, or as a tool to support raising this awareness in others.
The Ambiguity Management Instrument™, which includes a separate carbonated 50 Item Personality DNA ® Questionnaire, costs UK £15.00 each (or your local currency equivalent) and can be ordered by clicking onto the 'Purchase Tools' tab above.
The AMI™ is one in a series of booklets that all use the same Personality DNA ® Questionnaire to develop a multi-dimensional skill-set, a feature which enables Trainers and Coaches to provide their clients with 'joined-up' learning experiences over time and space.
The AMI™ Facilitation Guidebook costs UK £100.00 each (or your local currency equivalent) and contains detailed notes on how to deliver the 1/2 day 'Ambiguity Management Workshop' using the AMI™ booklet and its associated Workshop PowerPoint. The AMI™ Facilitation Guidebook also contains detailed notes that enable a Coach to develop an 'Ambiguity Management' skill-set in their clients.
To find out more about the AMI™ booklet, its Guidebook or PowerPoint, or to attend Facilitator Training, contact matriXtc today.
• Common Problems that require Standardised Solutions and Rule-based Processes
• Complicated Problems that require Specialised Solutions and Relations-based Processes
• Catastrophic Problems that require Situationalised Solutions and Instinct-based Processes
• Complex Problems that require Surmised Solutions and Intuition-based Processes