Profiles Performance Indicator: Evaluate the differences between employee personalities to increase productivity
Did you know 15 percent of all employees fail because they have the wrong temperament for the job? Twenty-three percent fail because they cannot manage emotions, and 17 percent fail because they lack the necessary motivation to excel.
The Profiles Performance Indicator is a personality-style assessment that provides information to make every employee more valuable and productive. The reports that come from this assessment help you understand how an individual can be understood, motivated and managed, and it provides recommendations for improving performance. Learn how to help your employees respond to job-related stress, frustration and conflict and how to stimulate motivation. Some individuals are internally motivated, while others are externally motivated. This assessment will help you coach employees in the manner that best suits them, as well as resolve post-hire conflict and performance issues.
Details of the Profiles Performance Indicator
Measures productivity, quality of work, initiative, teamwork, problem solving, response to stress and conflict
Describes each team member’s characteristics compared to the team leader’s characteristics in the 12 team factors: control, composure, social influence, analytical, patience, results of orientation, precision, expressiveness, ambition, teamwork, positive expectancy, quality of work
Profiles team analysis helps managers form teams, anticipate problems and better lead teams, which minimizes conflict among coworkers
Takes less than 15 minutes online with immediate results
Reports included with the Profiles Performance Indicator
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Management Report:provides manager with insights to help lead, coach and motivate the employee; serves as a “manager’s operating manual”
Individual Report: presents the employee with a guide for self-improvement and illustrates their behavioral tendencies
Graphic Summary: provides an illustration of the five categories measured