Our approach to offering these tools is based on three things :
- they are about giving each person (or team) greater self awareness
- to give them options and choices using this additional information, and
- there are no right or wrong answers.
We offer a range of tools, which allows us to find the right one for you.
Behavioural Tools – these help you to understand your preferences, and the implications of these for your working (and personal) life. The insight comes from both the report you’ll receive and the in depth feedback session we’ll have to go through it with you. A few days later, once you’ve had time to reflect on the feedback, we’ll have a short follow up call to review any ‘next steps’ you have. We often can then provide some (free) additional resources to help you.
Motivational Tools – these help you to understand how well you’ll ‘fit’ in an organisations or particular work situations. This insight into the activities you enjoy and those that you’ll find more challenging will help you find the role and place when you can be most energised and happy. As with the Behavioural tools, you will have a report, feedback session and short follow up.
Potential Tools – these help you to understand how the combination of behaviours and motivation, together with how you respond to pressure, will give insight into the roles and situations where you are likely to succeed or have significant challenges. As with the other tools, you will have reports, feedback session and short follow up.
Here’s some information on the main different tools we use :
Myers Briggs Type Indicator (I and II) – looks at four areas that determine individual Type. The four areas are:
Extraversion (E) – Introversion (I) –
Where you prefer to get or focus your energy
Sensing (S) – iNtuition (N)
The kind of information you prefer to gather and trust
Thinking (T) – Feeling (F)
The approach you prefer to use in coming to decisions
Judging (J) – Perceiving (P)
How you prefer to deal with the world around you
Hogan Assessments – we offer four tools:
HPI – feedback on individual strengths
HDS – feedback on individual derailers
MVPI – feedback on individual motivators
Judgement – feedback on individual learning, decision-making and response to feedback
FIRO – B – feedback on how individuals can shape and adapt their behaviours, influence others effectively and build trust among colleagues.
TKI – feedback on how individual’s typical behaviour in conflict situations and how they can be more influential.
COSTS – these vary according to the tool and the length of the feedback session. The follow up is free. If you are using this as part of a coaching programme, then the tool may be included in this or subsidised.
Contact us for more details and an initial conversation.