Global Profiles System
This online assessment profiles an individual’s self perception of their own unique personal style.
One of our most eye-opening products, the Global Profiles System identifies key strengths and opportunities for improvement in any role by accurately measuring five different aspects of human performance both from our own perspective as well as how we are viewed by others.
Used in conjunction with Job Performance Profiles, the GPS assessment reports for your hiring and performance development processes replace gut feelings and hunches with logical measurements that accurately predict success and fulfillment for any person in any job.
The assessment and development reports that comprise the Global Profiles System were created by Dr. Michael O’Connor over a period of more than two decades of research and development with people and companies across industries, sizes (business plateaus), and countries, and they have been successfully used for the past decade. These powerful tools and the insights they provide are unique when used in combination. By contrast, most tools of this nature focus on only one or two dimensions of a person, and therefore are highly prone to error because they do not account for important aspects of the total person.
This report, based on the DISC model, describes what a person naturally is motivated to do and how they go about doing things. This profile identifies what is comfortable for us, and is highly related to personal satisfaction, preferences for task-versus-people, and compatibility/conflict with each other.
This report is our personal compass, identifying we believe we “should” do in a situation, the end results we seek in life, and values that also describe others we work and live with. It explains why we do what we do. This report’s analysis focuses on our values pattern, clarity level, intensity, compatibility, and effective influencing of others.
This report focuses on our passions, what most (and least) interests us. It provides insights about both our work and non-work interests, and dis-interests. It identifies our own “field of interests” and its implications for the types of jobs as well as non-work activities that are self-motivating and most rewarding for us.
This report focuses on those capabilities that are transferable from one situation to another involving 93 possible specific capabilities in 12 areas. This analysis identifies our level of strength for each, the level of difficulty for developing each, and length of time for doing so.
This analysis describes our willingness as well as our ability to effectively deal with changing, unfavorable, difficult, new and ambiguous situations. It also provides targeted coaching for building those specific aspects where we can benefit by becoming more flexible and/or versatile. Research has shown this dimension to be increasingly key for personal success in our ever-changing world.
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