Personality Optimisation is about making the best and most effective use of our personality to achieve goals and ambitions.
Many people we meet say that for years they were being encouraged to be more assertive, more outgoing, less disorganised, etc. Many of our clients say that they struggled to meet those expectations and their confidence has suffered as a result of them often failing to meet those demands. Then they started adopting self-limiting beliefs such as “I am too shy, I am not driven enough/ I always do things last-minute/ I am not good with people” . This has led to many examples of missed opportunities, making particular choices and even un/intentionally jeopardising their chances of furthering themselves in various aspects of career, family and life.
The value of Personality Optimisation is to first understand your own, unique set of tendencies and preferences and then decide how you would like to use them moving forward. We all have a choice about how we behave, what we believe in about ourselves and what values we would like to project onto others. You can for example choose to exercise your natural preferences and flex them to meet the demands of different situations you may be facing, or you may not, but it is important to understand who you are and this approach has helped numerous amounts of our clients feel more in control. Personality Optimisations and our subsequent (psychometrics) coaching sessions offer a fresh start and an opportunity to become a person comfortable in their own skills and celebrating their own, unique personality.
All the diagnostic tools we use at Forte have been tested and validated to ensure accurate results.
The Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is one of the most commonly used Personality Assessment questionnaires in the world. It helps you understand yourself and others and improve the interactions in your daily life and work.
The MBTI assessment is based on the work of Carl Jung and was developed by Isabel Briggs Myers and Katharine Briggs to identify 16 different personality types that help explain differences in how people take in information and make decisions about it.
The MBTI Personal Impact Report covers eight development areas:
· Your Work Style
· Your Communication Style
· Your Team Style
· Your Decision-Making Style
· Your Leadership Style
· Your Conflict Style
· How Stress Impacts You
· Your Approach to Change
When to use the MBTI Personal Impact Report:
· on every development programme or coaching scenario which aims to explore any of the eight development areas featured in the report
· to support a user's MBTI Development Journey where type will be used time and time again to underpin learning
MBTI for Healthcare:
· It gives invaluable insights that can support shift in expressed behaviours to foster a more mutually rewarding patient-centred service
· It raises awareness of how personality preferences impact on style of care
· It provides actionable insight and suggestions for flexing care style to encourage better interactions with patients.
When to use:
The report can help doctors, nurses, healthcare assistants and other clinical staff involved in patient care who want to increase their communication effectiveness to:
· Help patients be better informed
· Show patients that they are listening to them
· Create a supportive environment
· Help patients manage the side effects of treatment
· Support post-care transition
Strong with MBTI report includes individualised, interactive content for people:
· Starting a career
· Considering a career change
· Looking for career enrichment
· Seeking a better work–life balance.
It offers a complete career development picture, based on a combined interpretation of their professional interests and their personality.
The combined Career Report can help you identify:
· Work tasks you might find satisfying
· Work environments that would be a good fit
· Specific occupations and career fields you might enjoy
· Ways to alter your work environment to make it more satisfying
· Leisure activities to balance your work life
· Strategies for career development
· Tactics for staying motivated during the career exploration process
Take a look at our overview of the MBTI and its application in coaching and personal growth
The Strong Interest Inventory® instrument is a powerful tool that can help you make satisfying decisions about your career and education.
Whether you are just starting out in your career, thinking about a change, or considering education options for career preparation, you can benefit from the wealth of information reflected in your Strong results. Understanding your Strong Profile can help you identify a career focus and begin your career planning and exploration process.
The Strong can be a valuable tool in helping you identify your interests, enabling you to:
· Achieve satisfaction in your work
· Identify career options consistent with your interests
· Choose appropriate education and training relevant to your interests
· Maintain balance between your work and leisure activities
· Understand aspects of your personality most closely associated with your interests
· Determine your preferred learning environments
· Learn about your preferences for leadership, risk taking, and teamwork
· Use interests in shaping your career direction
· Decide on a focus for the future
· Direct your own career exploration at various stages in your life
Strong report will contain amongst other findings:
· Your Highest Themes
· Your top 5 interest areas
· Your top 10 STRONG occupations
· Your personal style scales preferences
The Strong Career test is the place to start your career:
· What degree would compliment your interests?
· What fields could you enter with that qualification?
· What kind of jobs or campus activities would support you the best?
The answer to these and other questions can be found in this college career report. Its 14 pages packed full of information about your career insights and how you can start moving towards them whilst still in college.
More than just career choices
You will also learn about your preferred work style, learning environment, your leadership style and risk taking/adventure score. These scales can help you decide which kinds of classes to take. Maybe you would do better and enjoy hands on study, like a lab work. You might also be one who learns best by working on group projects or in study groups. Here is a way to find out what’s better for you. It’s a good way to avoid wasting time through trial and error.
TKI-The Thomas Kilman Conflict Mode Instrument Report.
Based on the respondent’s approach to conflict, the report offers specific suggestions to help them understand the pros and cons of each of the TKI conflict-handling modes, with suggestions for alternative approaches that will help them achieve more positive outcomes from workplace conflict.
The Emotional Judgment Inventory report highlights strengths and blind spots when it comes to managing emotional information.
What does the report contain?
· A graphical representation of each of the respondent’s seven scores in seven areas of emotional intelligence:
· When to use the EJI report:
· Personal Development
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