We can work side-by-side with your business to clearly understand your objectives and capabilities to define a clear and pragmatic strategy.
In today’s business environment with all of the radical changes, uncertainty, new rules and regulations, and increased customer demands, how do you manage and thrive as an organization? We have found that it all depends upon how well your organization is aligned.
D.I.AL.O.G (Data Indicating Alignment of Organizational Goals) is an organizational assessment tool that provides information as to how well critical elements are working together to achieve business and strategic goals. It also identifies which of these critical elements are working against you. Our approach is unique in that we measure the interrelationships of the essential elements that become the predictors of future strength.
The D.I.AL.O.G. Assessment provides a comprehensive perspective of the business based on the criteria for Performance Excellence as used by the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Program.
Today more than ever before, organizations are seeking better ways to accurately assess, develop, and retain top people. It’s also critical to ensure that you have the right people in the right positions doing the right things for the right reasons.
TriMetrix Legacy™ examines the behaviors individuals bring to the job (DISC survey), the motivators that drive them (12 Driving Forces survey) and detailed information about their individual thought process or their “attributes”.
12 Driving Forces™
12 Driving Forces™ reveals what motivates you and/or your employees. Experience the survey to start to understand the “why” behind your and/or people’s actions. The survey is built around six basic areas of motivation that people experience on any given day. You can release your and/or your employees potential by using the 12 Driving Forces survey to solve many of your and/or your employees professional development challenges.
DISC™ examines the behaviors that you and/or your employees bring to the job. The universal language of “how we act,” or our observable human behavior. Built around Marston’s four unique behavioral factors that explore the way we approach problems, people, pace, and procedures in our daily lives. The four DISC components (Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Compliance) create a behavioral makeup unique to every individual.