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Our free “Quick Quizzes” can help you better understand yourself, your colleagues, and your workplace. For a more in-depth look at your work style or career interests, consider one of the Professional Assessments in the next section.
This is often the case with Wimpy Managers, who are extremely uncomfortable making tough decisions and having difficult conversations. As a result, they become increasingly ineffective. To assess your own wimpy tendencies, check out the statements below.
Every job has frustrations – no question about that! But problems become bearable when they are balanced by activities that excite, motivate, or energize us. Mentally put your work on a balance scale, imagining all the frustrations piled up on one side. Now think of the “energizers” that help to offset those aggravations.
Having issues with your boss or coworkers? Trying to decide on a job change or career shift? Concerned that your team may be having problems? A professional assessment can help!
The more you know about yourself, the better decisions you can make about your job and your career. Office Coach career and work style assessments can help you identify your strengths & development needs, build a better relationship with your boss, communicate with challenging colleagues, and choose a job that fits your personality and temperament.
Phone coaching clients can receive assessments at no charge after their first session. However, an additional appointment will be required to discuss the results of the assessment.
The following assessments are available through Your Office Coach . . .
If you are interested in taking an assessment survey, or if you have additional questions, please email Marie McIntyre at email@example.com.
Just as individuals benefit from developmental activities, so do groups. Teams can become more effective by gathering data about productivity and relationships, then using the results to develop specific success strategies.
Developed through an extensive research project involving more than 500 management team members, the Team Effectiveness Assessment for Management (TEAM) measures a leadership group’s effectiveness on five specific Success Factors. A management team’s success or failure usually rides on their ability to implement these factors effectively.
Working in teams can be both rewarding and frustrating. Team development assessments use the perceptions of group members to make the team more collaborative, productive, and successful.
If you are interested in a team survey, or if you have additional questions, please email Marie McIntyre at firstname.lastname@example.org.