…for you and your leaders
Assessments are a rocket ship to understanding yourself and your leaders.
They reflect your perception of who you are and how others perceive you. They can help you understand why you make decisions, how you communicate, how you use your time and how you understand and interact with others. Clients who have worked with these assessments remark that the information is uncanny in its accuracy and yet also provides new and valuable information that supercharges personal and professional development.
…for your team
Assessments also help teams work more collaboratively and efficiently while reducing conflict, miscommunication and stress.
Finally, they’re critical to identify people ideally suited to specific jobs. They take the guesswork and personal bias out of the hiring process and help you avoid making a wrong and costly decision.
A Powerful Combination
There are many options for assessing yourself, your team or candidates pre-hire so it’s best for us to talk through what you’re trying to achieve. But in the meantime, here are brief descriptions. I’m a Certified Analyst in all of them, putting science, insight and experience to work for you.
You’re most effective when you understand yourself, both strengths and weaknesses, so you can develop strategies to meet the demands of your environment. This report measures the four dimensions of normal behavior: dominance, influence, steadiness and compliance. Think you’ve been there and done that? Perhaps, but the data combined with the assessments below provides insight that makes a vital impact on a deep understanding of yourself and others.
While the Behaviors assessment shines a light on observable behaviors, Driving Forces provides information about what motivates you to behave that way looking at six different areas: knowledge, utility, surroundings, others, power and methodologies. The combination of Behaviors and Driving Forces is a powerful mix.
Emotional Quotient (EQ)
EQ measures emotional intelligence, or your ability to sense, understand and effectively apply the power of emotions to facilitate high levels of collaboration and productivity. When looking at those in leadership, the difference between average leaders and superior leaders is attributable to personal skills (EQ) 90% of the time. Know specifically where your skills lie and where you can make positive changes. Emotional Intelligence can and does change over time.
This report shares where you land in 25 soft skill areas. Knowing where you excel and also where continued work would be beneficial, helps target your professional education efforts in way that’s essential to success. With 100% of my clients, personal skills are even more important than technical skills to perform at a superior level.
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