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Please Note: Managing For Success ® Employee-Manager is an old version of this assessment.
Success Insights® Management-Staff is the same report with recent validation and new "look."
Management - Staff Assessment
The TTI Success Insights Management-Staff is a report that not only defines unique behavior, but guides the employee
and manager in leveraging behavior for success.
This versatile management tool can be used to:
– hire the right person
– get employees off to a fast start
– revitalize current employees
– improve communication
– build sound employee-manager relationships
The key to successful talent management and personal growth is knowledge of each person’s unique behaviors.
With this knowledge, people can be effectively coached by maximizing strengths to achieve the organization’s goals.
– New employee orientation
– Employee development and performance plans
– Retention strategies for key employees
– Coaching and mentoring top talent
– Leadership development
– Conflict resolution
The Management-Staff report can become an extremely valuable contribution to talent management. Easily administered
at any time, it takes only 10 minutes to complete the 24-question online assessment.
Personalized Report Delivers Unique Information
The highly validated assessment immediately produces a personalized report with valuable information unique to the respondent’s behavior.
This knowledge empowers both the manager and employee to take action towards effective communication and professional growth
by providing insight into the following areas:
Individual’s preferred work style based on natural behavior.
Value to the Organization
The individual’s contributing behaviors.
Checklist for Communicating
How others can effectively communicate with the individual.
What others should avoid when communicating with the individual.
How the individual can adapt his / her own communication to other styles
The individual’s preferred work atmosphere.
How the individual views his/her self and how others view the individual.
Words that portray the individual based on each of the four quadrants of behavior
Natural & Adapted Style
A four-quadrant comparison of the natural and adapted style.
Characteristics of the individual’s current adapted style.
Keys to Motivating
The individual’s wants provide the means for motivation in the workplace.
Keys to Managing
The individual’s needs provide the essential areas managers must address.
Areas for Improvement
The individual’s possible limitations identify areas for development.
The individual creates a customized plan based on the results of the report and discussion.
The individual’s behavior style ranked within eight common areas in the workplace.
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View Success Insights Management Staff brochure
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DNA - Soft Skills Competencies
Based on responses to the Personal Soft Skills Indicator™ questionnaire, this report indicates his/her development of 25 personal skills / competencies...
including Planning/Organizing, Analytical Problem Solving, Presenting, Negotiation, Interpersonal Skills, Persuasion, Self-Management (time and priorities),
Flexibility, Decision Making, Futuristic Thinking, Empathy, Customer Service, and more.
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DNA - individual / talent report sample
Motivators –– 12 Driving Forces assessment
This report is based on 6 basic interests, or motivators in life: Theoretical, Utilitarian, Aesthetic, Social, Individualistic and Traditional.
Learn how to explain, clarify and amplify some of the driving forces in life.
The 12 core driving forces include:
The top driving forces create a cluster of drivers that move a person to action.
When examining the next tier of 4 driving forces,the individual will recognize they may have strong pull, but only in certain situations.
Finally, when reviewing the bottom 4 driving forces, the varying levels of indifference or total avoidance will will identified.
– Altruistic |
The 12 Driving Forces report includes:
— Primary Driving Forces
— Situational Driving Forces
— Indifferent Driving Forces
— Areas for Awareness
— and more
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Talent Insights Coaching
Behaviors / DISC + Motivators - Integrated + Avoidance pages - 2 reports in 1
The Talent Insights Coaching report was designed to increase the understanding of an individual's talents.
The report provides insight to two distinct areas – behaviors and motivators. Understanding strengths and weaknesses
in both of these areas will lead to personal and professional development and a higher level of satisfaction.
It also integrates the two in a third section. Avoidance pages are now added to the behaviors and the motivators sections.
The absence of a behavioral factor may provide insight into areas of a current environment that can cause added stress.
Based on research, situations are identified that should be avoided or minimized in a person’s day-to-day environment.
By understanding the contribution of a low behavioral style, we are able to better articulate a person’s talents.
This page will highlight areas in which a person lacks appreciation for an opposing motivator. The information will teach
the individual how to manage his/her way through discussions focusing on his/her #6 motivator.
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Talent Insights Coaching - Management-Staff report sample
Talent Insights Coaching - Executive report sample
Talent Insights brochure - job benchmarking
Stress Quotient - Individual and Group Report
Some stress at work is normal, however excessive stress can obstruct productivity and impact physical and emotional health. An individual's
ability to deal with it can mean the difference between success and failure. This report offers a Stress Index Summary shows stress in 7 sections
(Demand, Effort / Reward, Control, Organizational Change, Manager / Supervisor, Social Support, and Job Security) on a 100-point scale.
It also offers a Stress Factor Index for these 7 sections, with a breakdown of more specific stressors, and, a Stress Symptoms Index
with stress effects and negative effects. A Group report is also available to generate after the individual assessments have been taken - with or without names.
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Stress Quotient individual report sample
Stress Quotient group report sample
Stress Quotients brochure
This enables decision makers to negotiate a communication system that produces more effective work teams.
Suggested for business owners, CEOs, managers and decision makers.
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Executive report sample
Emotional Quotient – Emotional Intelligence / IE
The TTI Emotional Quotient assessment measures an individual’s emotional intelligence with an online questionnaire that is immediately analyzed to
produce a report with detailed information about the individual’s Emotional Quotient score. The higher the score in the report is, the higher the level of
emotional intelligence will be.
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Emotional Quotient report sample
Emotional Quotient brochure
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These assessments are not a measure of intelligence, values, skills, experience, education or training.
View information about all of the Online Assessments / Reports
GROUP WHEELS – for Online Assessments
Behaviors / DISC Group Wheel information
Motivators / 12 Driving Forces Group Wheel & Bar information
COURSEWARE– facilitator material, participant workbooks, games
Role Exercise Games
Behaviors / DISC options
Motivators / Attitudes / PIAV options
Combined Behaviors / DISC + Motivators
Sales / Selling related
Emotional Quotient - Emotional Intelligence
Leadership Development Program
TTI DISC / Behaviors Technical report
TTI Motivators Technical report
TTI DNA Competencies Technical report
TTI Combined Technical reports
Emotional Quotient Technical report
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Wednesday, January 16, 2019