Psychometric assessments are great tools to understand your personality, behavior and interests. They can also be used within a team to understand and analyze group dynamics and behavior. Amani Consulting® offers access and personalized feedback on a number of different assessments. Once you take the online assessment, you will receive a report by email for discussion during your personalized one-on-one coaching session.
The Myers Briggs Type Indicator ® (MBTI) was developed more than 50 years ago to help make Carl Jung’s Psychological type theory more applicable to people’s everyday lives. It enables people to understand their differences by focusing on four unique dichotomies: how people get and direct their energy, how people take in information, how people make decisions, and how people organize their world.
Based on the work of E.K. Strong Jr., the Strong Interest Inventory ® (Strong) measures a person’s career and leisure interest. The Strong measures interest in General Occupation Areas (themes and scales), Basic Interests, and Personal Style.
The Thomas Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI) is a tool used to help people understand how different conflict-handling styles affect interpersonal and group dynamics. The TKI is based on five-category modes for classifying interpersonal conflict: competing, collaborating, compromising, avoiding, and accommodating.
The Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation – Behavior (FIRO-B) measures behaviors driven by interpersonal needs in three areas: Inclusion, Control, and Affection. The instrument addresses how such behaviors can affect a person’s interaction with others.
The Conflict Dynamics Profile (CDP) is an instrument to understand conflict behaviors in the workplace. It provides a way to understand what triggers conflict in individuals as well as how they respond to conflict. The instrument is available as both an individual and 360 version.
The Enneagram was created by Don Riso who defined nine basic personality type of human nature. The Enneagram suggests that within the nine personality types, there are many subtypes and variations which impact a person’s personality. The tool helps people to recognize and understand an overall pattern in human behavior.
The Birkman Method is a personality assessment that facilitates team building, career counseling and leadership development. It identifies a person’s everyday interpersonal style (usual behavior) and gives insights into underlying motivations and the consequences of unmet needs. The Birkman Method includes five perspectives including Usual Behavior, Underlying Needs, Stress Behaviors, Interests and Organizational Focus.