Behavioral Assessment Tools

Behavioral assessments are not just for the business and corporate world. Understanding your natural behavior style (DISC – how you go about solving problems and getting things done), can be a useful tool in your growth and development journey. Learning about your top values, or basically why you do what you do, can guide you in the choices that are best for you. This is extremely useful when in a life transition. Thomas International DISC – is a self-administered behavioral assessment tool. The questionnaire assesses an individual’s behavioral style. There is no right or wrong profile. It simply reflects your natural behavioral style, which is the way you are most comfortable behaving.

How  the Thomas DISC Assessment can be used:

  • To create self-awareness
  • For planning and goal setting based on your personal style
  • Receive compatibility reports for your close relationships
  • Understand communication style and how to best interact with others based on their style
  • Understand your behavior under stress and how to manage

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Target Training PIAV –  Personal Interests, Attitudes and Values™ assessment measures your responses in each of the six attitudes. What is it that motivates you to take action? What is the source of your desire to become involved in certain activities—or to avoid them? The computerized report shows each of the six attitudes compared to a recently validated national average. You are provided with information on the WHY of your actions which, with application, can positively impact your life.

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Emotional Intelligence Test (EQI/ EQ/ EI/ Emotional Quotient) –  assesses one’s ability to perceive emotions, to access and generate emotions so as to assist thoughts, to understand emotions and emotional meaning and to reflectively regulate emotions in ways that promote emotional and intellectual growth.The rules for work are changing. We’re being judged by a new yardstick; not just by how smart we are, or by our training and expertise, but also by how well we handle ourselves and others. The new measure takes for granted that we have enough intellectual/cognitive ability and technical know-how to do our jobs, it focuses instead on personal qualities such as initiative and empathy, adaptability and persuasiveness which are emotional/behavioral competencies. Our level of emotional intelligence is not fixed genetically, it is largely learned and continues to grow and develop as we go through life and learn from our experiences.

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