Discovering, identifying the
"HOW" of human performance
And why it's useful!
WHY LOOKING AT BEHAVIORS?
You'll probably agree with me that we all tend to do things our own way,
and my way is probably not your way.
Is it a problem?
1) if we don't work and live together.
However, if my work depends on yours or vice versa, we may get into troubles. We may get upset by the way of doing, behaving of the other one.
One of us may get exhausted, overwhelmed or feel abandoned by the other.
2) even if we work and live in the same place if our tasks and roles are clearly defined and adapted to our way of being and doing things, we may even become really good friends.
Now, you got a clearer picture of why looking at behaviors.
Let's get a bit more precise about what we can assess.
This assessment measures four dimensions.
• are Decisive — their preference for problem-solving and getting results
• Interact — their preference for interacting with others and showing emotion
• are Stable — their preference for pacing, persistence, and steadiness
• are Cautious — your preference for procedures, standards, and protocols
Said in another way, we assess the WAY of BEING and DOING THINGS of people.
So we can have a detailed strengths-based description of one's person overall behavioral style.
We can determine how a person like to communicate and be communicated with.
We can identify their ideal work environment.
We can have insights into how a person can be more effective by understanding his/her behaviors.
We can find ways to ensure their environment is motivational.
We can determine areas where to focus for continuous improvement.
We can determine the training & learning style.
And we can help people to get more from their natural strengths.
About The Instrument
This behavioral assessment is the most contemporary interpretation of Dr. William Marston’s groundbreaking work into understanding and measuring a person’s natural behavioral style.
For what use?
Understanding individual behavioral preferences and habits is crucial when working with team members, as a leader or manager of others, or in an environment that requires conflict resolution.
This behavioral assessment can be used in a wide variety of situations, such as selection and hiring, succession planning and team development,...