We’ve written before about the skill of listening as a tool for great leaders and it is always good to recall the oft repeated phrase about having two ears and one mouth and using them proportionally! As coaches the Xenonex team know that all good coaching conversations start with good listening. Read More
Xenonex offers a full range of psychometrics and 360 degree tools designed to raise awareness, inform learning and bring about behavioural change where required.
These can be used as stand-alone tools or as part of our innovative Triple A (AAA) and Executive Coaching programmes.
Some examples of the Psychometrics we provide are:
Designed to assess the leader's ability to perceive, understand and manage one's own emotions and those of others.
Does what it says on the tin..
Wave is a personality based questionnaire which assesses individual motives, talents and workplace culture fit across 36 dimensions. It also provides an assessment of potential against 12 key competencies.
DISC is a behavioural questionnaire which provides an insight into how people behave at work.
MBTi assessment is a psychometric questionnaire designed to measure psychological preferences in how people perceive the world and make decisions. Use with individuals and teams.
OPQ32 provides an indication of an individual's preferred behavioural style at work; to help employers gauge how a candidate will fit into certain work environments, how they will work with other people and how they will cope with different job requirements.
I3 measures 'individual instinctive indicators' . It looks at what behaviours are most instinctive as well as examines preferred working style.
The Hogan Lead Reports are composed of four different reports ( Challenge; Potential; Values and Motivations) all working together to identify strengths and developmental needs of a manager or executive.
Talent Q assesses key personality attributes in relation to work to help solve talent challenges throughout the employee lifecycle.
Cognitive style or 'thinking style' is a term used in cognitive psychology to describe the way individuals think, perceive and remember information.
Belbin Team Roles are used to identify people's behavioural strengths and weaknesses in the workplace.
Feedback that comes from members of the immediate work circle. Includes direct feedback from subordinates, peers, and direct reports. It can also include, in some cases, feedback from external sources, such as customers and suppliers or other interested stakeholders. We offer standardised and bespoke 360 tools.