How Your Behavior Impacts Your Business And Your Satisfacion.

Your situation:  You are faced with various situations every day: in your job, in your company, at and at home.   And each day events occur which you react to: opportunities to be seized, crises to be addressed, and people to be managed.
How you respond to these situations impacts how successful you are, how you feel and how your behavior is perceived by other people.

Your Tendencies:  For example, if you are a problem solver (tendencies) and you are faced with a problem, you are very likely to solve it on your own.
Alternatively, if you are a people person faced with a difficult problem, you may be more likely to reach out to someone to discuss the problem with, or who can help you solve it.  But if you are a people person in a job that requires that you solve problems to be successful, you will develop methods and behaviors to help do that.  However, this will take more effort and energy to do since you are acting against your tendencies and may create internal stress.  For example, you probably won’t want to solve problems at home.

Your Response:  Some of these responsive behaviors are created early in life, and may not be effective at work.  This is typical when a person moves from being a doer to a manager which takes different skills. Psychological assessments are tools to identify your behavioral tendencies which help us to evaluate how these tendencies are likely to affect your behavior in your job situation.  We use the Meyers Briggs and  Hogan Challenges assessment to look at whether any of these tendencies are likely to cause you issues at work, or effect how people interpret your behavior.  The third element of the evaluation  is to review your personal values and how they fit your job situation, and then how they align or possibly conflict with your personal tendencies.