Assessment Tools for Employees
Learning From Conflict offers ready-to-use, fully reproducible activities for training in recognizing and resolving the major causes of conflict.
The structure of the book is derived from Dr. Hart's Learning From Conflict Model, a simple, clear model that gives basic guidelines for applying its techniques to the specific needs of the participants. Instructors will learn how to help others accurately name their patterns of conflict, understand their reactions, identify the causes, prevent conflicts from developing and escalating, and apply conflict resolution techniques.
This title is divided into five sections. Each section has ten exercises designed to stimulate discussion and promote inquiry regarding business ethics.
Here’s a great way for your leaders to gather feedback from sources all around them and learn to work better with their supervisor, peers, and direct reports. 360-degree feedback using SLTI provides the leader and the direct report with a powerful platform to review their supervisor/direct report relationship. How and why the leader has used a specific approach or strategy can be examined, as well as the direct reports perception of the approach or strategy being used.
Few techniques have greater potential to initiate positive behavior change than 360-degree feedback with SLTI. Following discussion of the leader¹s feedback, there is a natural segue into clarifying roles and responsibilities, as well as a review of performance.
Today’s supervisors face far greater challenges than any of their predecessors. The good news is that they need master only five basic skills to excel in their roles and progress to higher levels of responsibility.
Increase management effectiveness through improved motivation skills. This proven instrument is based on the classic motivation theories of Maslow and Herzberg which identify motivating factors in terms of an individual's security, social, self-esteem, and self-actualization needs.
The Gathering and Using Information Profile is a self-assessment and workbook that explores how you behave as you process information at work. For example, do you follow established models for doing things— or create new ones that are meaningful to you? Are you action-oriented when solving problems—or drawn to conceptual solutions and approaches?
Getting your message across in a way that is clear and coherent is a critical skill in both organizational and personal life. The Communication Effectiveness Profile looks at the large and often complex subject of communicating with others.
This easily administered 30-item assessment includes use of three interpersonal settings to maximize contextual authenticity (work, home, social). Each of the three standard interpretive graphs are plotted enabling a complete view of your preferred style, and since the DISCStyles assessment can be completed in only 10–15 minutes you gain valuable time for individual coaching sessions or group discussions.
Frustrated when you can’t find the right assessments and inventories to use during training sessions? This manual is chock full of an assortment of assessments, checklists and surveys covering a variety of different topic areas.
The Process Improvement SkillBuilder provides an individual with a thorough overview, techniques, and methods to improve in this competency. The 12 page booklet takes the learner through 6 developmental steps: Choose, Challenge, Collect, Compare, Consult & Change.
Understanding the nature of stress at a detailed level is the basis upon which we can start to manage it effectively. The Personal Stress and Well-being Assessment provides a simple but thorough process by which we can better understand our own stress handling skills.
The newest addition to the best-selling Insight Inventory product line is Teaming Up with Insight. Using all of the tried and trusted knowledge gained by using the Insight Inventory, this team focused product is dedicated to evaluating and improving vital group communication.
Hands-on experience is the name of the game with this unique spectrum of learning opportunities!
This diverse collection of reproducible games and simulations makes learning a fun and participative way for employees to gain experience in the key concepts and skills essential to their success in the workplace. It is an ideal resource for trainers looking for a creative way to instill new ideas and skills, but who do not have the time to develop a new game on their own. This valuable assortment of 18 unique training games is ready-to-use and includes clear objectives, detailed instructor guidelines and reproducible materials for participants.
Competency-based interviewing techniques will give your company a strategic focus by allowing hiring managers to integrate job-specific, future-oriented competencies into their interviews. This workshop teaches participants to identify key competencies (characteristics that differentiate outstanding performers from average performers in a given job) and build those competencies into their hiring and selection process in order to attain this strategic focus.
The Assessment of Organizational Readiness for Mentoring contains twelve inventories designed to assist coordinators in determining the overall status of preparation and receptivity before launching a mentoring program.
Studies show that recognizing employees for their good work is one of the most effective ways to motivate them. So why don't more managers say thank you or give praise? This assessment measures beliefs and expectations, past and current experiences, and organizational variables that influence your managersï¿½ use of recognition.