Assessment Tools for Employees
The Team-Work and Team-Roles assessment helps individuals and teams better understand how their preferences for different types of work can affect the overall result. Participants will learn to recognize the unique strengths of each team member and identify the phases of a team task; thus enabling them to pinpoint the role each contributor should take in order to get the job done.
This new collection of instruments provides team building practitioners with tools designed to assist in the development of individuals, teams, and organizations. The instruments range from very simple, self-scored tools, to more complex assessments that provide in-depth information on teams. All of the instruments are fully reproducible which makes them a very cost-effective alternative to in-house development or off-the-shelf instruments.
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.
This special offer includes 4 fully reproducible Volumes of assessments. Volumes I and II of Sarah Cook’s Compendium of Questionnaires and Inventories, The Compendium of Learning and Development Quizzes, and 25 Reproducible Instruments for Team Building by Glenn Parker. A total of 163 questionnaires are included in this 4 volume special.
This title is divided into five sections. Each section has ten exercises designed to stimulate discussion and promote inquiry regarding business ethics.
The benefits to fostering a culture of accountability are not far-fetched. Most organizations are well aware of the end-result – high levels of employee commitment, participation, satisfaction and overall company morale just to name a few.
Adapting Your Leadership Style: The Four Behavior Styles and How to Make Them Work for You (Customizable Course)
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.