In addition to training, Lemmex Williams provides additional assessment tools to help employees understand their level of competence and develop plans to improve their skills. Combine any of these sessions with pertinent training to receive the most impact.
Assessments can provide an organization, and individuals, with valuable development information. During the hiring process, Devine Assessment can provide information on corporate fit and competencies. For teams, Extended Disc® and Myers Briggs® can help teams work together. For development, Thomas Kilmann Instrument®, Leadership Practices Inventory®, and Multipliers can show leaders skills they can develop to improve their leadership ability. Add an assessment to your training program to get maximum results.
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Extended DISC® is an online assessment tool used to measure an individual’s behavior to increase self-awareness and better understand other people. The DISC model identifies four behavior styles an individual can identify with: Dominance, Influence, Stable/Steadiness, and Compliance/Correctness.
This model has the power to benefit individuals in their professional and personal life, giving individuals the information they need to make cognizant decisions about how to modify their behavior while interacting with others.
Devine Inventory® for Sales
Devine Inventory® for Sales assesses sales professionals to help them understand their strengths and how to best improve their weaknesses. The program generates an in-depth behavioral assessment report to determine which areas of an individual’s development should have greater focus to improve their performance. The program outlines the tool, the individuals results, and focuses on how to create a plan for future development.
Devine Inventory® assesses individuals to help them understand their strengths and how to best improve their weaknesses. The program generates an in-depth behavioral assessment report to determine which areas of an individual’s development should have greater focus to improve their performance. The program outlines the tool, the individuals results, and focuses on how to create a plan for future development. Devine Inventory® is applied by industry, and also level of position for pertinence.
Leadership Practices Inventory® (LPI®)
Leadership Practices Inventory® (LPI®), an assessment tool by Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner, based on The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership® model. This assessment illuminates both the effectiveness of your leadership style and the level of commitment, engagement, and satisfaction of those that follow. The five core practices common to all: Model the Way, Inspire a Shared Vision, Challenge the Process, Enable Others to Act, and last but certainly not least, Encourage the Heart.
Multipliers are leaders who use their intelligence to amplify the smarts and capabilities of the people around them. These are the leaders who inspire the people with whom they work to stretch themselves and surpass expectations.
Multipliers explores the five disciplines that distinguish Multipliers from Diminishers: talent magnet, liberator, challenger, debate maker, and investor. Using Multipliers, leaders can attract and develop talent, as well as harness new ideas and energy to drive educational innovation.
Myers Briggs® Personality Type Indicator (MBTI)
Myers Briggs® Personality Type Indicator (MBTI) Learn from the research of Myers-Briggs into personality type indicators and leverage these techniques into effective working relationships. Understand your own personality and those of your coworkers, and how these personalities affect how you work, and how you interact with those around you.
Thomas Kilmann Instrument (TKI®)
Thomas Kilmann Instrument (TKI®) The TKI® assessment is used to help people understand their preferred approach to managing conflict and learn new approaches. It identifies five different conflict-handling styles, or modes—competing, collaborating, compromising, avoiding, and accommodating—and explains how and when each one may be used most effectively. These modes represent the five major combinations of assertiveness and cooperativeness that are possible in a conflict situation.