Conflicts, large and small, are a fact of life, including work life. This inventory has been developed to help participants learn more about how they and others deal with their conflict at work. This self scoring assessment uses responses to 10 mini cases to provide participants with a conflict profile that displays their use of 5 styles: Problem solving, Smoothing, Bargaining, Forcing, and Avoiding. Simplifies training by orienting conflict resolution toward the problem- solving/collaborative style which research shows is consistently the most successful strategy.
This 84 item, self scoring assessment provides a detailed process for assessing an individual's existing capacity to be creative. The assessment booklet includes coaching tips and development planning forms to help individuals reach their creative potential.
For use with up to 20 participants working in teams competing in their ability to set-up and operate a hat factory.
Provides participants with a chance to apply the many skills associated with the planning, scheduling, and controlling of production runs.
Teach your salespeople the basics of smart, collaborative selling with the revised and expanded Selling Skills Inventory. Not only does this instrument measure aptitude, it also outlines a collaborative, step-by-step sales model your reps can put to immediate use.
Research shows that the time management approach best suited to increasing a person’s productivity largely depends on that individual’s behavioural style. What’s My Time Style?, a simple 21-item assessment, helps participants to identify individual time management styles and make their styles work for them rather than against them. ALSO ONLINE*.
Participants respond to 24 pairs of adjectives, using a pressure-sensitive form. After scoring is complete, easy-to-read charts allow respondents to quickly scan the strengths and trouble spots that characterise their particular communication styles. Part of the HRDQ Style Series. ALSO ONLINE*.
A quick and easy diagnostic for time management or personal development. The self-scoring, 50-question Inventory means that in 15 minutes you will have raised many of the key issues underpinning personal effectiveness.
Developed to help individuals assess their interpersonal influence style. The model upon which the inventory statements are based is an assertive behaviour model. This model suggests that 2 sets of behaviours create 4 behavioural mixes. One set of behaviour is related to an individual’s degree of openness or candor. Another set of behaviours is related to an individual’s degree of consideration for another or others. ALSO ONLINE*.