- DISC: The DISC profile creates a language around observable behavior, which in turn improves communication, engagement, and self-development.
- Emotional Intelligence (EQ): Emotional intelligence is the ability to sense, understand and effectively apply the power of acumen of emotions to facilitate higher levels of collaboration and productivity.
- Driving Forces: 12 Driving Forces Reveals the Passion Behind the Person by Measuring Key Motivators
Are you wondering how to improve motivation, teamwork and employee communication?
Taking and understanding a DISC assessment helps people:
- Minimize unnecessary conflict
- Increase productivity and engagement
- Enhance communication
- Maximize their strengths
- Develop self-awareness
- Develop awareness of others
– Dr. Ron Bonnstetter PH.D, Senior VP of Research and Development, TTI Success Insights
Faster-paced, task-oriented problem solver.
The D is looking for: Results
Defined: How one responds to problems & challenges.
Faster-paced, people-oriented communicator
The I is looking for: Interaction
Defined: How one influences people and contacts to their point of view
Slower-paced, people-oriented relater.
The S is looking for: Stability.
Defined: How one responds to pace and consistency of their environment.
Slower-paced, task-oriented analyzer.
The C is looking for: Facts
Defined: How one responds to procedures and constraints.
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Emotional Intelligence (EQ) Assessment
The EQ Assessment Is Key to Uncovering Self-Development & Improvement
Utilizing this assessment in your organization will help your team discover how to improve emotional intelligence and assist with:
- Personal and professional development
- Hiring and benchmarking
- Employee engagement
- Workplace communication and conflict
- The new demand for ‘soft skills’
Driving Forces Assessment
Those motivators are:
These 6 motivators are each divided into two distinct ways of measuring each factor. Based on a continuum, these 12 drivers make up a person’s cluster of Driving Forces.