Be on Track
To be on track, it's important that you fully understand yourself. To help you gain this self-knowledge, the use of such assessments as behavioral style, values, and thinking (cognitive) processes are effective tools. The behavioral styles tell us how we act. The values tell us why we act—our drivers. And, the thinking (cognitive) processes tell us what we perceive about the world around us. All three help us understand ourselves better and provide ways for us to increase our performance and be more successful. We are certified on all the assessments we use, which have been validated with extensive testing. Take a moment to scan through your options below and see where you might like to begin.
Behavior Styles—Success Insights™
Research has shown that people tend to be attracted to and influenced by people whose behavior styles are similar to their own. Understanding your behavioral style and those of others will help you be more effective in communicating with your co-workers, clients, and managers. This is an excellent tool for sales people who want to be more influential with their customers. It also is a great tool for managers to use with new employees. It quickly allows a manager to zone in on the work style of a new hire and determine how to best give feedback and delegate assignments. This extra edge helps managers motivate their staff to achieve peak performance.
The assessment takes between ten to fifteen minutes to compete. When finished, you'll receive a 20-page report that reflects your natural behavioral style and your behavioral style at work. You'll learn the extent to which these two styles either align or conflict and why you may either be relaxed or stressed in your work environment. Additionally, you'll receive a downloadable workbook to help you analyze your report and create an action plan for success.
You can choose to purchase this assessment and complete the workbook on your own. Alternatively, you can request a one-hour debrief at an additional fee. To learn more, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
What is your personal mission? What are the key drivers in your life? What is your passion? It will be quite a revelation when you understand how just one or two values affect your motivation and ultimately your personal and job satisfaction. Once you are clear on this, you can make better career and personal choices. As a bonus, understanding and appreciating others' values can increase your effectiveness at framing your communications to appeal to their motivations. This small adjustment will help expand your sphere of influence to get buy-in when selling ideas or products.
The assessment takes between ten to fifteen minutes to compete. When finished, you'll receive a 23-page report that reflects your values hierarchy. Here's what you'll learn:
The general characteristics of your values
How your values contribute to your organization's success
The best ways to manage and motivate you
Training, Professional Development, and Learning Insights
How to overcome possible limitations imposed by your values
To learn more, please contact email@example.com
Thinking (Cognitive) Style—Trimetrix® System Personal Report
We make multiple decisions daily about people, tasks, and systems. How we rank order the importance of these three elements, as they relate to both our external and internal worlds, reflects our unique thinking pattern. In fact, this assessment identifies 291,600 possible thinking pattern combinations that can occur as we make decisions. While a person may have the relevant behavior style and values set to perform a job, their manner of thinking can preclude them from performing that job effectively. The Attribute Index™ helps to identify this cognitive process and isolates areas of strengths and development. Armed with that information, we can make recommendations to reinforce your strengths or provide training resources.
The assessment takes between ten to fifteen minutes to compete. When finished, you'll receive a 25-page report that explains your decision-making process as it relates to people, tasks, and systems. You'll learn:
Your strengths and weakness compared to the population at large
What internally and externally motivates you
Specific targets for reinforcement and development
Your preferred work environment
While a person may want and value something very much (why) and have the behavioral style (how) to accomplish it, they must have the power to clearly see what it takes to actually get it done. If they lack this clarity, no matter how hard they try, they'll be stuck. This assessment identifies your "sticking" points, and then prescribes training resources to overcome those hurdles. You'll be amazed at how much it can tell you about yourself—it's almost scary!
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