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DNA Assessment – Soft Skill Competencies
DNA Competencies Assessment
Success in any job depends on the value of the person's contribution to the organization.
Managers, mentors and professional coaches can encourage, advise and guide the individual as he/she grows professionally.
However, the ultimate responsibility for his/her career development is theirs alone.
This report is designed to assist individuals in managing and developing their careers.
For many jobs, personal skills are as important as technical skills in producing superior performance.
Personal skills are often transferable to different jobs, whereas technical skills are usually more specific.
Based on the responses to the Personal Soft Skills Indicator™ questionnaire, this report indicates the person's development of 25 personal skills.
These personal skills contribute to superior performance in many jobs.
Analytical Problem Solving
Anticipating, analyzing, diagnosing, and resolving problems.
Addressing and resolving conflict constructively.
Taking initiative in learning and implementing new concepts, technologies and/or methods.
Adapting traditional or devising new approaches, concepts, methods, models, designs,
processes, technologies and/or systems.
Anticipating, meeting and/or exceeding customer needs, wants and expectations.
Utilizing effective processes to make decisions.
Effectively handling difficult or sensitive issues by utilizing tact, diplomacy
and an understanding of organizational culture, climate and/or politics.
Identifying with and caring about others.
Employee Development / Coaching
Facilitating and supporting the professional growth of others.
Imagining, envisioning, projecting and/or predicting what has not yet been realized.
Energetically focusing efforts on meeting agoal, mission or objective.
Effectively communicating, building rapport and relating well to all kinds of people.
Achieving extraordinary business results through people.
Achieving extraordinary results through effective management of resources, systems
Facilitating agreements between two or more parties.
Demonstrating initiative, self-confidence, resiliency and a willingness to take
responsibility for personal actions.
Convincing others to change the way they think, believe or behave.
Utilizing logical, systematic and orderly procedures to meet objectives.
Communicating effectively to groups.
Self-Management - Time and Priorities
Demonstrating self control and an ability to manage time and priorities.
Working effectively and productively with others.
Levels of Development
The individual's development of the personal skills are categorized into 4 levels:
1. Well Developed
3. Moderately Developed
4. Needs Development
While personal skills are certainly important for career development, it is not necessary to fully develop every one.
In fact, development of a personal skill may not benefit a career if it is not required in the current job.
In order to optimize career potential, it is best to focus development efforts on the personal skills that are required
in current job, or, the job the individual want.
The entire report should be read with an open mind. Everyone has areas where they can improve.
Before deciding to work on developing personal skills the individual has not yet fully developed, the person may want
to discuss the report with a trusted peer, mentor or professional coach.
He/She may even wish to share the report with his/her manager. In most cases, management takes a very positive view of
individuals who wish to develop their skills.
This section of the report shows his/her development level of these personal skills based on the responses to the questionnaire.
The personal skills are categorized into 4 levels; based on means andstandard deviations.
– Well Developed
– Moderately Developed
– Needs Development
The person's unique hierarchy of competencies is key to his/her success. Knowing what they are is essential to reaching his/her goals.
The graphs rank ther competencies from top to bottom.
Competencies Development Break Down
These 4 sections of the report lists and describes the competencies in each of their 4 levels of development.
Getting the Most From Your Report
This section asks the person questions about the personal skills in which he/she:
– is well developed.
– is developed and moderately developed.
– has not yet developed.
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DNA Multi-respondent Job report sample
DNA Job - Talent Comparison report sample
DNA Gap report sample
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TriMetric DNA Coaching - Behaviors/DISC + Motivators + Soft Skill Competencies (3-in-1)
This report blends Behaviors / DISC, Motivators, and 25 Competencies. Based on responses to the Personal Soft Skills Indicator™
questionnaire of the assessment, the DNA part of the report indicates the individual's development of 25 personal skills.
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TriMetric DNA Coaching - Sales report sample
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TriMetrix DNA Multi-respondent Job report
This assessment requests unbiased input regarding the specific requirements of the job, in question. Then this input is applied to the
TriMetrix DNA Job benchmarking process. The result is an evaluative report that analyzes a total of 41 separate areas.
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TriMetrix DNA Gap report
Long-term superior performance is directly related to job fit. Job fit, in simple terms, is having the talent that the job requires.
Most people match some, but not necessarily all, job requirements. When this happens, there is a gap. The gap is nothing more than an area for development.
This report makes it easy for both manager and subordinate to discuss and develop a plan for personalized development.
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These assessments are not a measure of intelligence, values, skills, experience, education or training.
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Wednesday, March 20, 2019