The Center for Cooperative Problem Solving, in partnership with the KAI Foundation, and collaboration with Virginia Tech Continuing and Professional Education, offers KAI Accreditation Courses for individuals seeking to use KAI to advance their work.
KAI Accreditation Courses in 2022 include:
- June 12-16 – in Lugano, Switzerland (face-to-face meeting at Franklin University). Cost = $4,725, and includes lodging, breakfast, lunch, and celebratory dinner on the 16th.
- Sept 12-23 – two-week version of the course, online with hybrid learning (35 instructional hours). Cost is $3,000.
- Dec 5-16 – two-week version of the course, online with hybrid learning. (35 instructional hours). Cost is $3,000.
Applications are currently being accepted for all 2022 courses.
Many of our existing practitioners use KAI to:
- coach CEOs, Board, or senior leadership teams
- work with teams create breakthrough concepts & ensure adoption
- manage major transformational change
- create a culture of wellbeing and lower stress (at college, work, home)
- generate new products
- help manage diversity
- bridge gaps or mediate between individuals or teams
- optimally solve difficult cross-functional problems
- improve communications (in all forms, including internal & external)
The KAI Accreditation Course covers aspects of problem solving and creativity as it relates to the individual, working in teams, and leading change. The KAI is based in Adaption-Innovation (A-I) theory, which is the only known theory able to explain how a measurable dimension of an individual’s personality (problem-solving style) is connected to the science of teams and preferences for leading change.
If you are interested in scheduling an in-house KAI Accreditation Course for your organization, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.