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Diagnostics of behavioral preferences

Diagnostics of behavioral preferences
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MBTI – Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

MBTI

 

Studies on personality preferences initiated by Carl Jung for more than 50 years and followed by Katharine Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers indicate that understanding individual differences allows people to make constructive use of them and o increase team harmony and productivity.

The MBTI - Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is a tool for assessing preferences that allows identifying the individual form of development and gaining a constructive understanding of the diversity in the teams. It serves to identify psychological differences between people and to predict how they understand their surroundings and how they make decisions.

The coaching session will allow the participants to validate the results obtained in the diagnosis and identify their strengths and development opportunities.

 

 

DISQ Profile

 

DISQ Profile

 

The Personal Development Profile DiSC (PDP) is a self-assessment tool for identifying individual preferences used to improve productivity, teamwork and communication. The PDP is not a test, there are no right or wrong answers, no one profile better than the other.

The DiSC Personal Development Profile (PDP) aims to help the participants get to know each other better and understand others in a given context. The answers will provide you with a frame of reference for observing human behavior, as well as a more rigorous knowledge of your own behavioral model.
It will help you create a more successful environment, while learning to recognize your abilities, assess the needs of others, and value the different motivations of each behavioral profile.

Investigations around the world unanimously point to the conclusion that the most effective people are those who have a deep knowledge of themselves - they know how to recognize the demands of each situation and adopt different strategies to satisfy every need.

This instrument has more than 50 years of research and development and is based on the work of psychologist William Marston, identifying four types of preferences:

 

SDI – Strength Inventory

SDI – Strength Inventory

 

Strength Deployment Inventory 2.0 (SDI® 2.0) is an online assessment tool used by more than 2 million people in 31 countries, making it one of the most valid and reliable self-assessments available today. SDI 2.0 is a powerful and effective tool for understanding the motives and values that guide behavior.

SDI 2.0 explores people's basic need to better understand themselves and others, in order to deal with clarity and empathy, build stronger teams, and navigate more effectively in conflict.

Core Strength identifies each participant's strengths and how these strengths connect to their motives. This proven approach leads to greater collaboration and ownership of results.

 

 

Belbin Team Roles

Belbin Team Roles

 

By using Belbin Team Roles, individuals have a greater self-understanding of their strengths, which leads to more effective communication between colleagues and managers. Large teams can be put together, existing teams can be understood and improved, and everyone can feel they are making a difference in the workplace.

Belbin Team Roles is the language of teams, allowing individuals to project and talk about their behavioral forces in a productive, safe and uncontested way.

 

 

PCSI – Personal Coaching Styles Inventory

 

PCSI – Personal Coaching Styles Inventory

 

Personal Coaching Style Inventory (PCSI) is an assessment tool that helps you better understand how to relate to individuals, teams and projects.

This tool explores the four styles of Coaching Style Inventory and assists in understanding and developing the perception of how these styles are expressed in the workspace. With a deeper understanding of styles, leaders and coaches learn to flex their styles to support colleagues, customers, and employees.

It was created by Coach Works International and has been used since 1995 by tens of thousands of people around the world. It was the first coaching tool developed by coaches for the coaching industry.