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SWOT Analysis  ProScan: Identifying Strengths
Kolb Learning Styles Inventory (LSI) Reiss Desire Profile
Boyatzis-Kolb Learning Skills Profile Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
Emotional Competence Inventory (ECI) PIAV: Personal Interests Attitudes & Values
Sales Strategy Index (SSI)  Managing for Success  (DISC)
Odi: Organizational Dynamics Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI)


SWOT Analysis

The SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) analysis is a useful tool for evaluating your ideas, identifying your strengths and weaknesses, and examining the opportunities and threats you face.  Utilizing a SWOT approach will help you focus your activities in areas that capitalize on your strengths and on the greatest opportunities while minimizing risk.

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Kolb Learning Style Inventory (LSI)

The Learning Style Inventory (LSI) describes the way you learn and how you deal with ideas and day-to-day situations and we all learn in different ways. This inventory can serve as a stimulus for you to interpret and reflect on the ways you prefer to learn in specific settings. Learning can be described as a cycle made up of four basic processes. The LSI takes you through those processes to give you a better understanding of how you learn. This inventory is typically used in conjunction with the Learning Skills Profile that identifies "what" you need to learn.   With this assessment, you will discover "how" you can learn it faster and with greater ease.

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Boyatzis-Kolb Learning Skills Profile

The Learning Skills Profile (LSP) is a self-scoring test designed to help you assess the major skills you may be called upon to use in your job. These learning skills are what enable you to do a job well. The Learning Skills Model encompasses four major skill types that directly correlate with the four modes in the Experiential Cycle of Learning: Interpersonal skills, Information skills, Analytical skills and Behavioral skills. By comparing your skill level with your current job demands you can identify areas of strength and weakness that will assist you in setting goals for learning skill development.

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PIAV: Personal Interests Attitudes & Values

Consciously or unconsciously, every decision or course of action we take is based on our experiences, beliefs, attitudes and values. Values direct our actions and offer stimuli for behavior. The Personal Interests, Attitudes and Values Manual provides the foundation for understanding and applying Edward Spranger's values model. Spranger's model is particularly useful in understanding conflict and performance issues.

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ProScan: Identifying Strengths

ProScan is a comprehensive tool for the measurement of an individual's behavioral traits, styles and intensities. ProScan focuses on strengths and motivators, and how environmental factors affect stress, energy and satisfaction level. ProScan Reports provide: The way a person functions most naturally, The role the person feels the need to play, How the person predictably comes across to others, Satisfaction Level, Stress Level, Energy Level, Energy Styles, Decision Making Style, Communications Style, Leadership Style and more.

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Reiss Desire Profile

The Reiss Profile of Fundamental Goals and Motivational Sensitivities is a comprehensive measure of human motivation. This scientifically validated instrument is based on a theory that has similarities to the works of Gordon Allport and Abraham Maslow, and it is published in the tradition of Myers Briggs. The inclusion of this instrument in a test battery adds important, new information to assessments aimed at understanding motivational traits. You will discover more and more about yourself in order to understand how you can become a better leader.

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Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTIŽ)

The MBTIŽ is the most widely used personality-typing instrument presently in use. It is not a measure of your skills or abilities in any area.  Rather it is a way to help you become aware of your particular style and to better understand and appreciate the helpful ways that people differ from one another. The MBTIŽ assessment is backed by thousands of research studies and has been found to be both reliable and valid in assessing personality.

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Emotional Competence Inventory (ECI)

Based on the seminal work of Dr. Richard Boyatzis and Dr. Daniel Goleman, the ECI builds on Hay/McBer's 35 years of competency research and proven methodology for the full spectrum of emotional intelligence. The result is an assessment and development tool of unmatched precision and authenticity. "The ECI is the only instrument that incorporates the full depth of my research and that of my colleagues. Other instruments use the words "emotional intelligence" but the ECI is the genuine article." Endorsed by Dr. Daniel Goleman.

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Managing for Success (DISC)

This instrument analyzes behavioral style; that is, a person's manner of doing things. It measures four dimensions of normal behavior.  Versions available include: Executive, Employee-Manager, and Sales.

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Organizational Dynamics (ODi)

This instrument helps organizations measure both employee and customer opinion by providing vital feedback and guidance on organizational performance.  It delivers real-time data on critical success factors to anticipate problems and leverage market opportunities.

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Sales Strategy Index (SSI)

This instrument provides an objective analysis of an individual's understanding of the strategies required to sell successfully in any sales environment. 

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Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI)

The Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI) has been the leader in conflict resolution assessment for 25 years. This non-restricted instrument requires no special qualifications for administration, and it is used by HR and OD consultants as a catalyst to open discussions and lead learning about how conflict handling styles affect personal and group dynamics.

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