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Info-Tool Organizational Alignment tool allows a company to take the pulse of its organization on various levels (employee satisfaction, client satisfaction, leadership) and take action where it is required.

NLP Processing Style: describes the way we like to process information and in what order.

The Learning Style Inventory (LSI) describes the way you learn and how you deal with ideas and day-to-day situations.

The Learning Skills Profile (LSP) is a self-scoring test designed to help individuals assess the major skills they may be called upon to use in their job. These learning skills are what enable them to do a job well. It is often used in conjunction with the LSI.

Personal Values Questionnaire (PVQ): Bringing awareness and understanding of personal values is essential, because what a person values is a good predictor of where he/she chooses to invest his/her energies. One person may be more interested in getting things done in a timely and efficient manner, while another finds it more important to maintain friendly relations with co-workers. Depending on the job at hand, this may mean a mismatch between the person's values and job requirements.

DISC assessment: Preferences on managing and being managed. What is the observable behavior and how others perceive it?

ProScan focuses on strengths and motivators, and how environmental factors affect stress, energy and satisfaction level.

Thomas-Kilman Conflict Instrument (TKI): how conflict-handling styles affect personal and group dynamics.

Personal Interests, Attitudes and Values (PIAV): provides insights into the “why” of behaviors, leading to an understanding of how someone sees the world.

REISS Desire Profile: provides a comprehensive measure of what motivates an individual.

Myers Briggs Type Indicator form Q (MBTI): full report on personality preferences in thinking and deciding, acting, communicating and processing information.

Emotional Competence Inventory (ECI): the ECI indicates specific emotional competencies where development may be needed to enhance an individual’s emotional intelligence as well as strength areas. Based on rater’s feedback.

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