Know leaders baffled by how and why others work differently than they do? Validated assessments could bring tremendous value!
Why Use Assessments?
Reviewing assessments that identify your own style and participating in training which helps you understand other styles improves self-awareness and builds stronger, more positive internal and external relationships.
And let’s face it…what people learn by using this tool and completing the training often helps improve their personal relationships as well, which leads to greater focus and productivity in the workplace.
Which Assessments Are Available?
Crescendo Strategies offers the following assessments (and more), and we recommend using one, two, or all three of the below options for creating stronger leaders and teams.
DISC = Behaviors
The most effective people are those who understand themselves, both their strengths and weaknesses, so they can develop strategies to meet the demands of their environment. This report measures the four dimensions of normal behavior: dominance, influence, steadiness, and compliance.
Driving Forces = Motivators
Knowledge of an individual’s motivators explain why a person behaves a certain way. This report measures the primary driving forces cluster to tell a story of how a person derives meaning from life and work.
DNA = Competencies
An individual’s hierarchy of skills is key to their success, and knowing
where they are is essential to reaching their goals. This report is designed to
assist in managing and developing a career. For many jobs, personal skills are as
important as technical skills in producing superior performance.
Can We Read Our Own Results?
Well, you can, but assessments shouldn’t be provided by themselves, and they aren’t likely to change a person’s behavior without training on how to properly read and understand the results. Crescendo’s interactive management and team-building training programs on the DISC and Driving Forces assessments ensure everyone can implement changes to work more effectively with others.
Our training sessions teach how to:
Identify One’s Own Style
Identify Others’ Styles
Communicate Effectively with All Styles
Adapt One’s Style When Necessary
Maximize the Effectiveness of Different Styles on a Team
Is it time to discuss which assessments could help your leaders and organization?
Contact Sarah Kayrouz now.