I utilize a variety of assessment and survey tools to determine – among other things – personality, interests, attitudes, behaviors and team values. This information, along with your desired goals, builds a foundation on which to create a coaching strategy that’s specific to your needs.
The DISC Behavioral Style Assessment
identifies which one of four core behavioral styles you tend to demonstrate and how you use a blend of all the styles in your interactions with others. When you understand your own style and are able to identify the styles of others, you can use this knowledge to forge stronger work and personal relationships.
Beneath our observable behaviors are the drivers and motivators that explain our actions. By understanding our interests, attitudes and values, we know what propels us into action and what causes conflict in our lives. This assessment helps you understand how to increase your job satisfaction and fulfillment, what may motivate other people with whom you interact and appreciate the viewpoint of others who see life differently from you.
Businesses everywhere are seeking better ways to secure the talent necessary to their success. But what talents does a job require for superior performance? Only the “job” has the answer, so let the job talk and listen carefully. The revolutionary TriMetrix System enables businesses to benchmark the job, assess the talent and match the talent to the job for superior performance.
TeamPulse, is an online team survey designed to provide teams with an objective view of their performance. Based on both research and experience, TeamPulse enables a team to assess itself against nine different elements of high performance: Vision, Values, Leadership, Climate & Culture, Change, Emotional Resilience, Communication, Performance and Team Dynamics. The results are correlated to provide a team overview which can then be analyzed in further detail and action taken to close any gaps. Visit Site
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
is the most widely used personality inventory in the world. It helps leaders understand what aspects of their leadership style are “hardwired” and how to work with those strengths and limitations most effectively.