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DISC / Behaviors - Natural + Adapted Styles
Motivators / 12 Driving Forces - basic interests / motivators
Integration of Behaviors and Motivators
Two Reports in One: DISC / Behaviors + Motivators - Integrated + Avoidance Pages
These assessments were designed to increase the understanding of an individual's talents.
Available versions include:
Management-Staff / General
The report provides insight to three distinct areas:
DISC, Behaviors - Natural + Adapted Styles
Motivators, 12 Driving Forces - interests / attitudess
Integration of Behaviors and Motivators
Understanding strengths and weaknesses in these areas will lead to personal and professional development and a higher level of satisfaction.
Effective interaction starts with an accurate perception of oneself.
This section ranks the traits that most closely describe the individual's natural behavior.
Observable behavior and related emotions contribute to success on the job. When matched to the job, they play a large role in enhancing the person's performance.
Frequent Interaction with Others
Analysis of Data.
Absence of a Behavioral Factor
The absence of a behavioral factor may provide insight into situations or environments that may cause tension or stress.
Based on research, we are able to identify situations 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 and create environments
where people can be more effective.
This section of thr report is designed to identify time wasters that may impact the person's overall time use effectiveness.
Possible causes and solutions will serve as a basis for creating an effective plan for maximizing use of time and increasing performance.
Areas for Improvement
In this area offers a listing of possible limitations without regard to a specific job. Review and cross out those limitations that do not apply.
Highlight 1 to 3 limitations that are hindering performance and develop an action plan to eliminate or reduce this hindrance.
MOTIVATORS / 12 Driving Forces Section
This section of the report provides information on the why of actions.
It is based on 6 basic interests, or motivators in life:
Individuals will learn how to explain, clarify and amplify some of the driving forces in their life.
This report will empower individuals to build on their unique strengths, which they bring to work and life.
Learn how their passions from 12 core driving forces frame perspectives and provide the most accurate understanding of themselves.
Driving Forces / Motivators Tiers
Top 4 driving forces
Highlight what most powerfully moves a person to action
Next tier of 4 driving forces
May have a strong pull, but only in certain situations
Bottom 4 driving forces
Identify the person's varying levels of indifference or total avoidance
Upon reviewing their report, individuals will:
- Understand how their driving forces are at play in their career and relationships
- Be able to apply their understanding of their driving forces to relationships and job-related performance
- Have a clearer impression of their purpose and direction in life, which can lead to greater satisfaction in work and life
Strengths and Weaknesses
Energizers and Stressors
Navigating Situations Outside Comfort Zone
The information on this page will highlight areas in which you may struggle relating to based on your lowest motivator.
The information will teach you how to manage your way through discussions focusing on your number 6 motivator.
Norms & Comparisons
This section reveals areas where the individual's motivators may be outside the mainstream and could lead to conflict.
INTEGRATING BEHAVIORS + MOTIVATORS Section
This section includes:
Potential Behavioral and Motivational Strengths
Potential Behavioral and Motivational Conflict
Keys to Motivating
Keys to Managing
ACTION PLAN Section
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Talent Insights Team / Group Report
Multiple people shown in one report
The Talent Insights Team report combines the results of up to 25 people into one, easy-to-use team group report. Individual Talent Insights assessments must be taken first.
This report is designed to increase the understanding of the team's makeup. This approximately 79-page Group report provides insight into 2 distinct areas: behaviors and driving forces / motivators.
Revealing a team's potential by identifying strengths and weaknesses will lead to personal and professional development and a higher level of productivity.
This team report includes 3 sections: Behaviors / DISC, Driving Forces / Motivators, and a Behaviors & Driving Forces Summary.
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Talent Insights Team / Group report sample
Talent Insights Team / Group report - User Guide
Job Benchmarking Related
TTI Job Benchmarking can be completed using any of the following report and questionnaire combinations. To provide a comprehensive job benchmark
process and provide stellar results, include these 5 key reports, all of which add value in a different way. When combined, these reports "let the job talk."
Talent Insights blends behaviors and motivators in a validated, bias-free and fully integrated assessment that meets EEOC and OFCCP requirements.
When used with TTIs patented Job Benchmarking system, Talent Insights will help you understand how to enhance performance and increase
overall job satisfaction. View Job Benchmarking brochure
Talent Insights Talent report - individual / candidate report
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Talent Insights Job report
There will likely be a team of Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) involvd in the benchmarking.
Each subject matter expert (SME) completes his or her own job questionnaire.
This questionnaire is designed to identify the traits of the job, not the person.
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Talent Insights Multi-respondent Job report * (up to 10 people)
This assessment requests unbiased input regarding the specific requirements of the job in question has been applied to the
Talent Insights Job benchmarking process. The result is an evaluative report that analyzes a total of 18 separate areas.
Additional feedback and suggested interview questions that pertain to each area complete this report.
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Job / Talent Comparison report * (up to 5 people)
The Job/Talent Comparison Report enables the comparsion of up to 5 candidates to a job benchmark.
This is a great report to quickly identify the job match of multiple candidates.
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Talent Insights 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 --
this 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 reports combine results of other reports already completed.
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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
12 Driving Forces / Motivators / Attitudes options
Combined Behaviors / DISC + Motivators
Sales / Selling related
Emotional Quotient - Emotional Intelligence
Leadership Development Program
DISC - Verbal Barriers
DISC - 10 mistakes
Sales - Top Performers Research
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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Sunday, May 19, 2019