Profiling tools

Do you sometimes wonder what your team is thinking or why people work in the way they do? That’s where psychometric profiling comes in. Profiling is a great tool for gaining an insight into what makes people tick, their areas of strength and – perhaps more importantly – where development might help them achieve even more. Depending on the profiling chosen, it can also be helpful in opening people’s eyes to how they are perceived by the people they work with. All of this leads to greater self awareness among team members as well as giving them a new perspective on their colleagues.

As with all learning and development, we are aware that one size does not fit all which is why we are experienced in a number of profiling tools including SDI, MBTI, TMS and Belbin and some 360° assessment tools such as LPI. Whichever one best meets your requirements, we will handle all the processing and will give individual reports, feedback and, perhaps most importantly, practical applications.

Considering individual style is really important in understanding people better and appreciating why they do things they way they do them, even if that is very different to my style or my expectations.

Head of IT

Leeds Federated Housing Association

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