How much do you remember about the behavioral assessments you’ve taken?
Here’s what most likely happened to the masses. You took the assessment. Got the results. Perused the report. Maybe, if you’re lucky, sat down with your boss to go over the results. Then you filed said report, never to look at it again. Right?
When I ask people about an assessment experience, this is their typical story.
After evaluating almost every assessment used in the people business, I chose TriMetrix HD from TTI Success Insights as my go to assessment of choice.
Business leaders understand the need to go beyond the traditional resume, interview and yearly review process. They instead use accurate, bias-free assessments to critique individual performance, such as the TriMetrix HD.
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You’re probably asking why I chose TriMetrix HD? Continue reading
Yesterday, I put my body through a workout like never before. I went on a hike to a beautiful waterfall in Upstate NY. Since this was my first time to the locale, I was shell shocked to find the hike included climbing a hill I estimated at 125 grade 50 degree angle. I think it was steeper. I’ll write about this self inflicted excursion in the next week or two.
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Since my body and brain aren’t in the best writing condition this Memorial Day weekend, I’ve opted for a guest post from Jennifer Spencer, Marketing Manager at my assessment company, TTI.
I’m curious, and always ask management or biz owners, the biggest challenges they’re facing. Invariably, at the top of the list is Continue reading
Before becoming a coach, I was a sales executive in the IT industry for over 20 years. I saw my share of situations during every phase of the selling process including: prospecting, site surveys, product demonstration, objection handling, closing, price negotiation, delivery, and post sales support.
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During my career, I can’t think of a single time when I wasn’t able to swiftly turn an irate customer into a happy one. For some strange reason, I welcomed these opportunities. There’s a challenge jumping into the fire and bringing calm to a situation. Continue reading