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Profiling Assessments

By utilising our profiling assessments, you can enhance the proficiency of your team members by identifying their strengths and areas for improvement, and implementing targeted training programmes that are tailored to their specific needs.
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Why use Profiling Assessments?

Gain valuable insights into individual strengths, weaknesses, and working styles

A profiling assessment is a scientific instrument that provides insight into your inner workings by examining your natural personality traits, uncovering your values and beliefs, and highlighting areas for personal growth and development. It offers a thorough examination of what drives you and helps you understand yourself better.

These assessments help individuals gain a better understanding of themselves and for businesses, it enables them to make an informed decision when recruiting a new team member.

Many employers use profiling assessment tools such as personality tests, which are often used to evaluate candidates and determine if their character traits align well with a particular job or team. These assessments aid in identifying the most suitable candidate for a specific position.

TTI Success Insights® – DISC Behavioural Profiling

Total Excellence Centre is a proud partner of TTI Success Insights®, the world’s leading developer of research-based, validated behavioural assessments that enable organisations to use the Science of Self™ to reveal and harness the talent and skills of their greatest asset – their people. This approach leads to more engaged employees, stronger teams and greater productivity.

Over three decades, TTI Success Insights®, has researched and distributed a suite of assessments that are at work in more than 90 countries and in 41 languages.

Considered as the primary personal behavioural assessment tool, and using colours, it analyses an individual's behaviours and motivations to help them and others understand their work style, approach to their role, and the underlying reasons for their actions in the workplace – ‘why’ and ‘how’.

TTI Success Insights® believes there are five dimensions of a superior performer that can be measured by our research-based assessments:

  • Behaviours
  • Motivators
  • Acumen
  • Competencies
  • Emotional Intelligence

Employees and leaders who are trained and certified in TTI SI’s assessments experience:

  • Greater self-awareness and personal growth
  • Better engagement amongst employees
  • Increased team and organisational efficiencies
  • Clarity in purpose and communication

DISC profiling can serve several purposes, such as:

  • Identifying and recruiting high-performing employees
  • Coaching and developing existing staff and managers
  • Enhancing communication among team members
  • Assisting with conflict resolution and organisational change management

Our profiling assessments can assist you in either developing your existing workforce or attracting and recruiting top talent

From recruitment and selection to leadership development and performance management, Profiling Assessments provide valuable insights into the behaviours, motivators, and personal skills of both new and existing team members.

By leveraging our tools, you can gain a deeper understanding of individual strengths and areas for improvement, allowing you to create tailored development plans that will help your employees reach their full potential. Alternatively, our assessments can be used during the recruitment process to identify candidates who possess the skills and traits that align with your company culture and values.

Not only will this investment in your employees lead to improved job performance and productivity, it will also provide them with the tools they need to advance their careers.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a profiling assessment?

A profiling assessment is a tool used to gather information about an individual's personality traits, abilities, preferences, and behavior patterns. This information can be used to make decisions related to employment, education, personal development, and other areas.

What types of questions are included in profiling assessments?

Profiling assessments typically include questions about an individual's work style, communication preferences, problem-solving abilities, and emotional intelligence. Some assessments also include questions about an individual's personal interests, values, and attitudes.

Can profiling assessments be used to make employment decisions?

Yes, profiling assessments can be used to make employment decisions, but employers must follow certain guidelines to ensure that the assessments are fair and non-discriminatory. Employers must also ensure that the assessments are valid and reliable predictors of job performance.

Can profiling assessments be used for personal development?

Yes, profiling assessments can be used for personal development. Individuals can use the results of profiling assessments to identify their strengths and weaknesses, improve their communication skills, and develop strategies to achieve their goals.

Are profiling assessments accurate?

Profiling assessments can be accurate predictors of an individual's behaviour and performance, but their accuracy depends on the quality of the assessment and the skills of the assessor. It is important to choose a reputable assessment and work with a qualified assessor to ensure accurate results.

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