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Assessment Tools

Used correctly, these can be some of the most powerful tools to drive business and give you a competitive edge!

These comprehensive assessment and analytic tools provide valuable insights into individual behaviors and underlying motivators to help you:

  • Achieve your stated business goals through improved inter-personal communication

  • Manage business relationships in a more positive fashion

  • Enhance your staff's business performance and also increase profits

  • Boost sales force productivity and performance

  • Help you make better hiring decisions

Make these powerful tools part
of your Business Strategy Today!

**Not the full list of assessments available


Combines DISC and Driving Forces examining the behaviors individuals bring to the job and the driving forces that drive them. A variety of versions are available in addition to comparison & GAP reports for use in hiring.


Commonly used to: Engage employees, coach leaders, build better communication and to select team members.

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The Workplace Environment is a process which compares a candidate to the job. Utilizing DISC, for both the candidate and the job, insights into fit for a particular position are highlighted. 


Commonly used to: aid in the selection process.

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An objective analysis of an individual’s understanding of the strategies required to sell successfully in any sales environment. 


Commonly used to: Establish knowledge benchmarks, provide insights into understanding of the sales process. Used in sales training, team and leadership coaching, and as a guide for developing appropriate sales training.

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The EQ assessment accurately measures a person’s emotional intelligence, the ability to sense, understand and effectively apply the power of overall emotional well-being to facilitate highly effective decision-making. 


Commonly used to: Develop leaders, engage teams, coach and in succession planning.

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"The first one gets the oyster, the second gets the shell."  Andrew Carnegie

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