Welcome to The Kantor Institute.
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Making Change Happen
KI's practice models include: a leadership development model, a team intervention model, a coaching model, a family therapy model, a model for helping both the intimate and “corporate” couple, and as noted, a model for developing models. All KI models have these constants:
- They identify and follow clear stages, usually 3, and steps within each for over-all direction, yet they still allow flexible response to unexpected client realities.
- They are systemic in theory and action, and, as such, allege that the practitioners—because they are “in the room”—are inevitably part of the systems they seek to change.
- They offer access to a wide array of powerful techniques, interventions and tools and the principles for designing new ones.
Specific Offerings - Details Forthcoming
For team leaders who seek a quick but revealing diagnostic analysis of team dynamics based on individual and team results from the Behavioral Propensities Profile that work well as a stand alone.
For guidance in how to use the results for changing problematic dynamics, a one day consultation is available.
A ten session, finely structured, three-stage team intervention model unique for its ability to predict desired outcome. (See Measuring Change for option with metrics.)
The Kantor Four Player Model is already widely used with frequently reported good results. This six session course, designed by Kantor for beginners, is the definitive guide for using methods, techniques and tools associated with the four action modes in your practice field.
This ten session course, designed by Kantor for experienced consultants, therapists, and coaches, covers a wide practice landscape. Focusing on longer term interventions, it introduces methods, techniques and tools for dealing with a wide spectrum of commonly encountered problematic communication structures along with the principles for designing your own interventions.
This three day course for leaders, coaches and consultants uses the newly developed Kantor High Stakes Assessment Instrument in conjunction with the (low stakes) BPP to show how the latter predicts the former. In the shift from low to high stakes, faulty communication patterns are formed and flawed decisions are made that damage organizations, teams, and internal relations. The course focuses on how both to diagnose and repair these broken behavioral structures.
‘Busy’ people in high stress work environments, and in low stress ones as well, can spend their ‘best years’ trying, often futilely, to strike a balance between their work and personal lives. This course starts with the premise that the key word is not "balance" but "integration". It puts time itself into a new framework that expands the experience of time, guides participants in creating a narrative purpose that adds meaning to their lives, and helps each individual wind their different life strands into one integrated whole.