Engagement and Style Assessments

For Organizations

Some studies suggest that as few as 20% of the US workforce is engaged in their work. Engagement is defined as employees understanding the goals of the organization and is committed to achieving them. Disengagement can be a multidimensional problem and many business leaders are unsure of the root issues. Employees are the best source of information to understand the strengths and issues of an organization. Organizational assessment quantifies the alignment of the organization with executives’ goals and will illuminate the roots of disengagement.

D.I.A.L.O.G (Data Indicating Alignment of Organizational Goals) is an organizational assessment tool that provides information as to how well critical elements, such as structure, plans, and process, are working together to achieve business and strategic goals. It also identifies which of these critical elements are working against you. D.I.AL.O.G is unique in that it measures the interrelationships of the essential elements to predict opportunities for future strength. The D.I.AL.O.G Assessment provides a perspective of a business based on the criteria for Performance Excellence as used by the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Program.

For Individuals

Today more than ever before, organizations are seeking better ways to predictably hire, develop, and retain top people. Results are accelerated when you have the right people in the right positions doing the right things for the right reasons. Improved communication and cooperation is obtained when individuals on a team appreciate each member’s styles and values.

The Attribute Index™ is a personal assessment tool that provides information as to how a person thinks and makes decisions—what natural talents he or she possesses. By understanding the way in which a person thinks, it becomes possible to leverage that knowledge to make better decisions, maximize strengths, minimize weaknesses, and achieve greater results.

The DISC Index™ measures a person’s natural and adaptive behavioral styles, which is crucial when working with team members, as a leader or manager, or in an environment that requires conflict resolution. By understanding how you prefer to behave, you are able to better adapt your style to coworkers and situations to ensure more success while producing less stress.

The Values Index™ delivers the most comprehensive understanding of a person’s value or motivational structure. Understanding what really motivates or drives a person is a crucial part of success. It is this understanding that helps to ensure that optimal motivation, passion, and drive are always created to achieve the highest levels of personal and professional success.