We specialise in a wide range of solutions to fit all your personality assessment needs. With comprehensive personal and professional tools, you can feel confident that we have just the right resource to support your goals and strategic plans. Our specialty is behavioural, motivational, critical thinking, emotional intelligence, and learning styles tool.
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Many of the world's top coaches, growth-minded individuals, and forward-thinking organisations as well as small companies, rely on our assessments to ensure positive outcomes in personal and professional life, including employee selection, leadership development, sales & customer service training, team-building, communication & collaboration training, conflict resolution, and succession planning.
Assessments work by introducing scientific measurements to someone's critical thinking and processing abilities, motivation, skill proficiencies, learning styles, behavioural characteristics, emotional intelligence, and personal values. Our assessments are constructed to evaluate and reveal someone's holistic makeup to help build self-awareness and intentionality in all areas of life, personal and professional.
Each of the five Core Assessments offers a unique assessment instrument, with its own set of reports.
Whether you want to develop more self-aware leaders, assemble top-performing teams, improve sales and service results, enhance training initiatives, or select top-performing employees, the Core Assessments provide the foundation for dependable human performance answers.
Use behavioural profiling (EDisc) to understand your people’s strengths, development areas, what motivates and de-motives them.
The analysis report clearly shows how individuals prefer to be communicated to and how they prefer to communicate. Understanding a team members personality and behavioural strengths helps build happy and committed team members. Using the psychometric DISC assessments will identify these areas and possible issues or workplace stresses.
When to use the Extended DISC Assessments
· Help identify, recruit and retain the most suitable candidates
· Understand your people’s personality and behavioural strengths
· Improve and enhance professional and personal communication
· Develop self-awareness and improve overall performance
· Elicit consultative connections between data and the goals/objectives of clients
· Understand how to get the most out of your workforce
· Pinpoint motivators and de-motivators
· Increase sales by identifying how each style sells and the styles of their customers
Measuring The Core of Motivation
Just as the DISC assessment gives insight into “how” someone will behave, the Motivators assessment explains “why.” Motivators are the reasons we want to act. They help people to better understand their value hierarchy or belief system. They filter and guide decisions specifically toward the results that reflect them, and they combine uniquely for each person to influence priorities and decision making. Motivators reveal our viewpoint, our mindset, and our paradigm of thought.
Research shows successful people share a common trait of self-awareness and an awareness of those around them. Through building a greater understanding of the motivator dimensions in general, it becomes easier to see how they influence and guide behaviors to move people forward or keep them still.
The Motivators assessment offers an in-depth identification and exploration of seven dimensions and how they uniquely combine to influence behavior, decision and actions:
Emotional Intelligence is all about understanding and managing yourself and also understanding and managing others. It is based on an internal loop that begins with awareness of our own emotions and temperament. It continues on through self-understanding and moves towards discipline and management of the self. It then repeats these steps by connecting to the emotions of others to build more effective relationships.
Emotional Intelligence is a way of recognising, understanding, and choosing how we think, feel, respond and act. It is based on two competencies, measured as Recognition and Management:
This assessment measures and provides insight into four areas of EIQ and the five sub-categories that contribute to each area:
Based on the work of Dr. Robert S. Hartman and Wayne Carpenter, the Critical Thinking assessment measures one’s capacity to make judgments about the world and one’s self according to our personal level of understanding (Clarity) and how much importance we place on it (Attention/Bias). People who score well in Critical Thinking also rate high in analysis, problem solving skills, overall job knowledge and performance. Weakness in our judgment opens up the risk for poor decisions which can lead to poor performance. When we understand potential limitations and blind spots, we can intentionally account for them to make balanced, conscious decisions.
Our ability to think critically and make sound, balanced judgments occurs subconsciously; it is fascinating that our brain is making decisions before we even consciously make them! Before any action can take place, our thoughts are subject to different biases in our judgment and are affected by our behavioral style, Emotional Intelligence, training and skills practice, reasoning ability and more.
This assessment measures and provides insight into our Thinking Style, made up of 2 key areas - Critical Processing Patterns and Thinking Strengths & Abilities:
The Learning Styles questionnaire was developed after extensive research into how people prefer to engage in learning. It aims to help each person understand their own learning style as well as consider the style preferences of others as they share information and help others learn. We are all teachers sometimes, and this model is used for both our individual learning, and facilitating learning with others. The self-scoring instrument uses 40 pairs of questions to help you develop a personal learning styles profile and determine your own best strategies for learning effectiveness.
The Learning Styles assessment reveals where our general preferences, or natural learning biases, might lie. Although this is far from an exact science, the more we can understand about how we receive, retain, and recall new information, the more intentional we can be in setting ourselves up for success in learning transfer.
This assessment measures and provides insight into our Learning Style preferences, made up of 4 steps in the Learning Cycle with sub-categories to further explain our unique blend of learning: