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DiSC Behavioral Self-Assessment
DISC provides leaders with valuable insights that identify their individual strengths and challenges when interacting with others, plus gives actionable strategies to strengthen their interpersonal relationships at all levels in the workplace.
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
MBTI measures a leader’s preferences in four dimensions: focus and energy, the information you notice, decision-making, and operational style. Used around the world in major corporations, MBTI is a core tool for every leader’s development kit.
Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team
Based on Patrick Lencioni’s best-selling The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, this tool helps team members understand how their part of the whole can make or break the team members and helps the team and its dynamic content.
Our unique 360-degree feedback reports are comprised only of anecdotal feedback. this workplace allow to created through interviews or email responses, leaders receive verbatim comments about themselves from supervisors, peers and direct reports.
DiSC Team View
The DiSC Team View report displays every team member's DiSC profile in thumbnail. This seemingly simple tool is a jet-powered accelerator for team growth and development skill. Knowing each other's preferences increases members' flexibility and acceptance.
The Hogan Personality Inventory measures normal personality using seven primary scales and six occupational scales to describe a leader's workplace performance, including how the leader manages stress, interacts with others, approaches work tasks, and solves problems.
Hogan Development Survey (HDS)
The Hogan Development Survey evaluates 11 forms of interpersonal behavior that can cause problems at work and in life. Behaviors identified with elevated HOS scores can be strengths, but when overused can derail relation-ships and careers.
Hogan Motives, Values Preferences Inventory
The Motives, Values, Preferences Inventory describes peoples' values, goals, and interests. This information is crucial for understanding the kinds of jobs and work environments people find congenial and will help them make better career decisions.
The Hogan Flash Report collects the data from the suite of three Hogan assessments and displays them all in one place. displays them all in one place. This summary allows leaders, along with their coach, to more easily spot trends and patterns.
Thomas-Killman Conflict Mode Assessment (TKI)
TKI assesses a leader’s preferred style in conflict situations. It measures two dimensions: assertiveness and cooperativeness. It provides detailed information about how leaders can effectively use five different styles to manage conflict.
FIRO-B helps leaders understand their interpersonal preferences and how those natural settings influence their behavioral style and communication with the leaders. Heightened awareness gives communication the leader choice about how they show up in the workplace.