A person’s Kolbe M.O. (modus operandi) consists of four numbers – identifying their strengths in each of the four Action Modes®. There is a danger in identifying with only the highest of these numbers, or the Modes where a person initiates action. Lower numbers are not weaknesses...
Recently, we’ve received questions about the ancient philosophers and their references to the “three parts of the mind.” We refer them to a little Kolbe document published in 1985 called the Wisdom of the Ages: Historical & Theoretical Basis of the Kolbe Concept™.
Toronto, ON - Tuesday, November 4th, 2014
You have a natural groove – when your work seems effortless and the day flies by. This workshop uses Kolbe Indexes to identify your conative strengths (your “groove”) and measures them against the work you’re doing...
Bottom Lines App or Booklet
A must-have for everyone seeking to leverage conation - a handy reference guide for understanding instinctive patterns of behavior described by the Kolbe ATM Index.
Learn to Do Nothing. It can be a brain protecting skill.
“The Kolbe Concept™ changes people’s lives! It’s something I CAN really trust!”
Marit Peters, Chief Strategy Officer, Independent Insurance Agents of New Mexico