Assessments for Individuals, Teams and Organisations.
World leading, research based instruments that drive awareness, understanding and change.
Organisational Culture Inventory (OCI)
This instrument measures the existing culture, contrasts that with the ideal culture and identifies specific causal factors that are creating the gap.
We work with clients to implement the results through action planning and by prioritising strategies to address causal factors.
Life Styles Inventory (LSI)
360 degree assessments in which the individual self assesses and receives feedback from higher level managers, direct reports, peers and other key groups they interact with.
The results are mapped against twelve behavioural styles and coaching allows the participant to identify and prioritise actions that will increase their effectiveness.
Group Styles Inventory (GSI)
A team based measure, which assesses the behaviours of the team collectively. It provides practical insight into how the group functions and allows the group to focus its efforts on specific areas for improvement.
Inventory of Leadership Styles (ILS)
Focuses specifically on leadership behaviours and measures how a leader is leading, from their perspective and from the perspective of their direct reports.
Through group workshops and/or coaching we develop awareness of a range of leadership styles, an understanding of their impact, and strategies to evolve leadership to be more effective across a range of situations and with diverse personalities.
Organisational Climate Survey (OCS)
Measures the working environment and how conducive it is to high performance and team member satisfaction.
By assessing the components of the working climate, we action plan with clients to address those aspects that are limiting results.
Myer Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
An exceptional tool for self understanding. The results identify differences which can be the source of misunderstanding and miscommunication between the participant and the people they work with.
Through coaching we develop an action plan and strategies to address those differences. Being aware of personal preferences provides the opportunity to practice skills that strengthen the less-dominant styles and become more rounded and effective across a range of situations.