The Success Insights MANAGEMENT-STAFF Report

Leveraging Talent in the Workplace

Talent is a combination of many factors, one of which is behaviour. The Success Insights Management-Staff report defines the respondent's unique behaviour, and helps them make the most of their behavioural strenghths. This versatile management tool can be used to recruit the best people, helps with on-boarding, revitalises existing employees, improves communication and builds sound employee-manager relationships.

The key to successful talent management and personal growth is an understanding of each person’s unique behaviours. With this knowledge, people can be effectively coached by maximising strengths to achieve the organisation’s goals. Applying the results of the Management-Staff report can improve morale, and increase productivity, leading to win-win situations for everyone.

Easy Application in the Workplace

The Management-Staff report makes an extremely valuable contribution to talent management. It takes only 10 minutes to complete the 24-question online assessment and its insights and versatility make it an ideal tool for

  • New Employee Orientation and Performance Plans
  • Retention Strategies for Key Employees
  • Coaching, Mentoring and Leadership Development
  • Conflict Resolution

Personalised Report Delivers Unique Information

  • General Characteristics - The individual’s preferred work style based on natural behaviour
  • Value to the Organisation - The individual’s contributing behaviours
  • Checklist for Communicating - How others can effectively communicate with the individual
  • Don’ts on Communicating - What others should avoid when communicating with the individual
  • Communication Tips - How the individual can adapt his/her own communication to other styles
  • Ideal Environment - The individual’s preferred work atmosphere
  • Perceptions - How the individual views his/her self and how others view the individual
  • Descriptors - Words that portray the individual based on each of the four quadrants of behaviour
  • Natural & Adapted Style - A four-quadrant comparison of the natural and adapted style
  • Adapted Style - Characteristics of the individual’s current adapted style
  • Keys to Motivating - The individual’s wants provide the means for motivation in the workplace
  • Keys to Managing - The individual’s needs provide the essential areas managers must address
  • Areas for Improvement - The individual’s possible limitations identify areas for development
  • Action Plan - The individual creates a customised plan based on the results of the report and discussion
  • Behavioural Hierarchy - The individual’s behaviour style ranked within eight common areas in the workplace
  • Style Insights Graphs - An easy visual of the individual’s natural and adapted styles
  • The Success Insights Wheel - A visual illustration of the individual’s behavioural adaptation