We are qualified to use a range of tools that are proven to achieve powerful results. These include:
Archetypes provide the deep structure for human motivation and meaning. The Pearson-Marr Archetype Indicator (PMAITM) helps people understand themselves and others by identifying the themes that shape their lives. The Organisational and Team Culture Instrument (OCTITM) Basic Report or Professional Report can help you build a healthier organisational culture.
Cultural Transformation Tools help your organisation to build a corporate culture that attracts and retains talented people by aligning personal values and company values.
Emotional Intelligence (EI) is the ability to identify, assess and manage the emotions of oneself and of others. Individuals with a high EI outperform those who simply have high IQ. Improvement in these areas can have a positive impact on team dynamics, help achieve better results and make leaders more effective.
Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation (FIRO) is a theory of interpersonal relations. This tool measures how individuals feel about three interpersonal areas of inclusion, control and affection. This tool helps people to work through how their style and need for interaction with others impacts on their relationships with others.
The Hogan Personality, Development and Motives, Values & Preferences inventories are rigorous ways to measure the ‘bright side’, the ‘dark side’ and the ‘inside’ of personality. These reports give you valuable insights into a leader’s abilities in the workplace and is used in both assessment and development settings. As the questionnaire results are benchmarked with other leaders it provides an accurate and credible picture of strengths and development needs at the right level.
Based on theories originated by Jung, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment measures psychological preferences in how people perceive the world and make decisions.
It emphasises the value of naturally occurring differences and is frequently used for career counselling, group dynamics, training, coaching and personal development. Approximately
5 million people complete the questionnaire globally each year.
Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) studies how indidividuals and organizations get outstanding results and then teaches this to others to become resourceful for themselves in order to change patterns of mental and emotional behaviour. It is outcome focused, forward looking and is often transformational.
The Occupational Personality Questionnaire (OPQ) helps you see how individuals fit within your work environment, how they will work with others and how they are likely to perform against job competencies. By understanding the strengths and weaknesses of applicants, it’s easier for you to match the right person to the right job. OPQ can also be used as a development tool.
Seven Eyed Coaching Supervision
The Seven Eyed model of coaching supervision focuses on various different influences on coaching activity. It is based on a systems understanding of the way things connect, inter-relate and drive activity. It also integrates insights and aspects of psychotherapy and the internal life of individuals.
The Strengthscope assessment tool provides a comprehensive measurement of an individual’s strengths and the extent to which these are productively applied at work. Strengthscope strengths are broken down into four ‘clusters’: Emotional, Relational, Thinking and Execution. By focusing on strengths, the team or individual becomes energised and confident, and identifies how to use these strengths to become more productive and fulfilled.
Time Line Therapy
Time line therapy helps people let go of negative emotions and limiting decisions and so create a better future.