Kolbe Workshop - Feb 6th, 2019


Kolbe Workshop - Feb 6th, 2019


An Affective Consulting Training Event


As leaders, we all want to be as informed as we possibly can be when making decisions that impact our business. Yet, its surprising how few of us have little to no awareness about the most critical tool we have in the decision making processes - our own instincts.

At Affective, we believe that your instincts are such an important part of your overall leadership and decision making power that we’ve made the Kolbe Assessment - the only assessment that measures your instinctual habits- a cornerstone of their leadership development training. We’re helping leaders in Regina discover their unique conative strengths through our half-day Kolbe A workshops.

Join us on February 6th, 2019 at Affective Consulting HQ for a fun and insightful half-day session, and find out how leading with your gut can increase your awareness of your conative strengths, and harness them to be a better leader.

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What will I learn?

If you know us at all, you might know that we like to geek out on brain stuff. We’ll share with you the three parts of the mind that make you who you are - the cognitive (the thinking part of your brain) , the affective (the feeling part of your brain), and finally the conative (the doing part of your brain). Chances are you know a lot about the cognitive and affective sides of your brain, because that’s where most of us have been told to focus our attention.

Where we are going to focus the majority of our time together is learning about your conative side of your brain - the one part of your brain that drives action. This is where the magic of the Kolbe assessments happens, and this is what we will help you learn more about during our half-day session.

We’ll walk you through your assessment and decode the 4 Kolbe Action Modes that make up your Kolbe Modus Operandi (or Kolbe MO for short). Each Kolbe A assessment will be unique to your individual strengths, giving you greater insight to why you do the things you do.

What’s a Kolbe?


Backed by 40 years of scientific research and validation, Kolbe assessments assess the conative (or doing) part of your brain - the part of your brain that works on instinct and drives behaviour. The assessment, a short 20-minute on-line course, creates your unique “M.O.” and breaks down your instinctual behaviour into 4 key areas of behaviour - fact finder, follow through, quick start and implementor. Based on your unique results, Affective team members can help you realize strengths that you may even know existed, and come to understand why you do what you do.

Kathy Kolbe, founder of the Kolbe Corp, developed a way to not only engage individuals, teams and organizations in the greater understanding of conative behaviour, but also developed the Kolbe A™ Index, which measures four universal human instincts used in creative problem solving. The Kolbe Corporation refers to these universal instincts as the Four Action Modes®. These four modes are captured in the Kolbe Index, enabling individuals, teams and even entire organizations with key understanding of what makes them tick.

Unlike personality tests, which tell you what's wrong with you and how to change it, Kolbe tells you what's right with you and how to make the most of it.

Who are the instructors?



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Affective Consulting instructors Cory Blair has been a Certified Kolbe Consultant and has conducted over 1,500 Kolbe de-briefs with teams and individuals over the last decade. He’s an accomplished HR professional and career coach with experience in the for-profit, non-profit and public sector. His interactive and engaging style has made Affective Consulting’s Kolbe workshops a highly sought after commodity in Western Canada.

Where is Affective Consuting’s HQ?

Affective Consulting is located at Liebel Field, 200 Assiniboine Avenue East in Regina, in the brand new Regina Minor Football facility. We share access of state-of-the-art training facilities and comfortable board rooms with RMF, with lots of natural light, accessible rooms and washrooms and kitchenette facilities.