Assessments are not the “Truth”.
So why use them at all?
When combined with professional coaching, assessments may help the process of self-study, reflection, and exploration.
Assessments help reveal aspects of you that generally remain obscure: Strengths, talents, motivation, attitudes, dominant world views, intensity of behavior, to name a few.
And then you get to see the difference between your intentions and your impact as seen by others.
Assessments can provide a fast focus on areas of developmental opportunity.
MBTI® & TKI® are complementing tools for a Communication & Work Styles workshop. They help create a common language for people working with others, so they better understand their individual differences in communication styles, behaviors and expectations. As a result participants will be able to improve their relationships, reframe and defuse conflict, and create more productive outcomes.
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The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) assessment provides a simple, positive foundation for personal development and self-awareness. It also provides a common language for appreciating differences.
By boosting self-awareness, you learn to make better decisions, be more productive, and improve your interpersonal relationships both at work and at home.
The TKI assessment provides insight into an individual’s typical response to conflict situations using one or more of five conflict-handling modes, or styles: competing, accommodating, avoiding, collaborating, and compromising.
These modes reflect varying levels of assertiveness and cooperation. By identifying alternative conflict resolution styles and how and when to use them most effectively, the TKI assessment helps people reframe and defuse conflict, creating more productive outcomes.
CliftonStrengths assessment uncovers which talents you rely on to build relationships, think strategically, execute plans and influence others to accomplish goals.
The report presents your five most-dominant themes of talent among the available 34 CliftonStrengths themes. Research indicates that your greatest room for overall personal improvement isn’t where you’re weakest, but rather where you’re strongest.