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If, after taking the Self-Assessments and the Training Programme you feel you wish further in-depth training we are compiling a seris of external providers 

 

You will need to conclude the training provision directly with each Provider.

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To access the self-assessments we have created a registration page that gives you access to all assessments with just one username/password

 

 

We are committed to protecting your personal information and your right to privacy. If you have any questions or concerns about our  policy, or our practices with regards to your personal information, please review our Privacy Policy page and/or contact us.

Our self-assessments have been designed to look at yourself, and/or your organisation, in order to assess aspects that are important to you.

 

It will assist in your personal development, career planning, academic performance, or self-improvement.

 

Self-assessments will help you to identify your strengths, weaknesses, interests, values, goals, and achievements. It can also help you to evaluate progress and performance in relation to your expectations and standards.

The self-assessments can also be used to determine if an employee is suited to home working – as certain individuals are not and are not able to cope with working remotely.

Handling Differences

HANDLING DIFFERENCES AT WORK

 

This assessment is designed to identify your style of interaction, empathic traits, skill levels for interpersonal relationships, and compassion.  This instrument does not claim to have established reliability or validity standards, but face validity may be evident and your personal assessment should confirm the results.

ACTIVE LISTENING ASSESSMENT

 

In our society, listening is essential to the survival and development of the individual, and, since we learn our culture largely through listening, we learn to think by listening, we learn to relate by listening, and we learn about ourselves by listening.  Listening is not only physiological but also a process of recognizing, interpreting, and understanding the message being sent.

There is a difference between listening to respond and listening to understand. Effective communication is not something that is just acquired, it is a set of practiced skills; skills that can be lost if not practiced and honed on a consistent basis. Effective listening requires care, appreciation, and verification.

This questionnaire is intended to offer a quick assessment tool with supporting discussion material for training and reflection.

Just making an effort to look like a good listener is a psychological boost that assists in capturing the whole message - the attitude, the motivation, and the feelings behind the words. Communication is much more than talking and waiting to talk.

Active Listening
Tust & Workplace

TRUST & THE WORKPLACE – SELF-REFECTION ASSESSMENT

 

When trust exists in personal and professional relationships, almost everything else is easier and more comfortable to achieve, including problem solving and conflict resolution. When our actions are consistent with our words, trust can be achieved and arises from our interdependence with others to achieve outcomes we value. Because cooperation cannot be compelled, social interactions are valuable as a foundation for confidence or belief one feels toward another or others to overcome doubt or fear.  Trust is the mortar that holds together the stones of the arch we walk through in fulfilling relationships. When trust weakens, the ruble of broken expectations and implied promises impairs communication and recognition of the other person as value to co-existence or cooperation. 

WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION 

 

Interpersonal workplace relationships are a major part of our lives. The risk presented by poor listening and communication begins with weakened connections or relationships with others, often colleagues or team members upon whom we rely for goal attainment, success, or merely satisfaction of being together. The way we communicate often has a direct influence on how we perceive and evaluate each other, and a vital element in productive communication is listening.

Workplace Communcation

THE HYBRID WORKPLACE - INTERPERSONAL ISSUES

 

Fundamentally, managing or resolving conflict by negotiation or discussion saves valuable resources and avoids the negative aspects of formal processes like arbitration or litigation. More importantly, the way managers respond to workplace conflict is related to employee engagement, because people who believe they and their colleagues are being treated fairly can balance the inherent mistrust for management and increase their commitment and performance.

Hybrid Workplace

WORKPLACE CONFLICT CLIMATE ASSESSMENT

 

If true collaboration in the workplace is people sharing responsibilities and resources to achieve a common goal, then we do it every day but the extent, purpose, and quality of such interpersonal interactions is often less than our expectations.

 

The shared reality of people at work depends on the structure of their relationships, the culture within their organization including the sub-culture of their immediate workplace, and the degree of cooperation, communication, solidarity, and collaboration among them.

In its broadest sense culture is a way of life but within an organization it means the shared attitudes, beliefs, behaviors, and relationships that make up the organization’s norms and customs.

Changing strategies and structures could prove ineffectual or detrimental if the culture, the surrounding sea in which we swim, remains unaltered.

Workplace Conflict

TIME MANAGEMENT

 

Time management is the process of planning and exercising conscious control of time spent on specific activities, especially to increase effectiveness, efficiency, and productivity. It involves various demands upon a person relating to work, social life, family, hobbies, personal interests, and commitments with the finite nature of time. This assessment can help you assess time management skills and identify areas for improvement.

Time Mgt

WORKING FROM HOME - UNDERSTAND THE EXPERIENCE

 

This assessment can help Managers understand the experiences and needs of their employees working from home and make the necessary adjustments to provide the required level of support.

The Experience

HYBRID WORKPLACE PERSPECTIVE ASSESSMENT

 

The trend in the modern workplace and the future of work includes employee input. When businesses listen to the workforce the workplace will benefit. Working remotely can be challenging without collaboration and communication. This assessment is intended to capture your personal and private experiences and perspectives of your employment.

Hybrid Workplace Perspective

IT KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE ASSESSMENT

 

Your insights will contribute to a better understanding of the diverse skills and expertise within our organisation. This questionnaire aims to assess your proficiency across various IT domains and provide valuable information that will aid in tailoring your development opportunities.

IT Knowledge

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE (1) - EMPATHY

 

Emotional Intelligence (EI) refers to the ability to recognize, understand, manage, and effectively use one's own emotions, as well as the ability to perceive, interpret, and respond to the emotions of others. It involves a set of skills and competencies that are crucial for personal and social functioning. This assessment deals with Empathy.

EI - Empathy

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE (2) - RESPONDING WITH INTEGRITY

 

Emotional Intelligence (EI) refers to the ability to recognize, understand, manage, and effectively use one's own emotions, as well as the ability to perceive, interpret, and respond to the emotions of others. It involves a set of skills and competencies that are crucial for personal and social functioning. This assessment deals with responding with integrity.

EI - Integrity

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE (3) - SELF AWARENESS

Emotional Intelligence (EI) refers to the ability to recognize, understand, manage, and effectively use one's own emotions, as well as the ability to perceive, interpret, and respond to the emotions of others. It involves a set of skills and competencies that are crucial for personal and social functioning. This assessment deals with self awareness.

EI - Self Awareness

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE (4) - SELF CONTROL 

Emotional Intelligence (EI) refers to the ability to recognize, understand, manage, and effectively use one's own emotions, as well as the ability to perceive, interpret, and respond to the emotions of others. It involves a set of skills and competencies that are crucial for personal and social functioning. This assessment deals with self  control.

EI- Self Control

WORKING STYLES

This assessment can help employers understand their employees’ working styles and preferences, which can be useful for team building and improving workplace efficiency.

Working Styles

ENTREPRENEURIAL COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT (ENCOMP)

This self-assessment has been designed for budding and existing entrepreneurs to test their competences to determine their “entrepreneurial skill level deficit”, and as a consequence, what further training they require. It is an important element in the development of entrepreneurial education as it will determine the existing skill level of budding and existing entrepreneurs – which will assist policy makers and training institutions develop appropriate courses to meet the “competency deficits” identified by individuals. This assessment is one way to support you on your entrepreneurial journey. 

ENCOMP
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