There are many profiling tools and psychometrics on the market yet SOCIAL STYLE is the most widely used behavioural tool of its kind in the world, with over 50 years of research from TRACOM to ensure the validity of the model. It measures 3 Key areas Assertiveness, Responsiveness and Versatility. More information here.
The third generation of Emotional Intelligence focuses on a number of behavioural aspects, so we can now distinguish between Emotional Intelligence (emotion awareness, recognition, and understanding), as well as Behavioural Intelligence, which represents practical skills that directly influence others and our own effectiveness.More information here
Our mindset encompasses what is going on inside — our thoughts, perceptions and subconscious psychology. Although people do not see what is going on inside our brains, our mindset greatly affects our outward behaviour and the ways in which we interact with others. More information here
The FIRO (Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation) instrument helps repair broken relationships and takes good, functional relationships to a higher level. It is the key that unlocks the potential in workplace interactions.
By defining personality type, the MBTI® (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator) tool builds a robust foundation for life-long personal development. It provides a constructive, flexible and liberating framework for understanding individual differences and strengths. More information here.
The 16PF questionnaire (16 Personality Factors) is a highly effective tool that reveals potential, confirms suitability and helps identify development needs. Unlike many personality assessments designed for use in business, the 16PF establishes a fully rounded picture of the whole individual.
For team and leadership development, Meredith Belbin’s team roles is one of our favourite tools for getting all manner of business teams including leadership teams to work effectively, and recognise their unique differences.More information here.
The TKI is fast and accessible, delivering insight, empowerment and resolution to anyone involved in conflict. By identifying alternative conflict styles, it helps people reframe and defuse conflict, creating more productive results.
SDI is a self-assessment tool that helps people understand what gives them a sense of self-worth and what’s important to them when relating with others. Particularly useful when looking at conflict in teams and organisations.More information here.