The CPP consists of two questionnaires that explore personality and occupational interests.
The output includes:
Approach to people - how the respondent typically relates to others.
Approach to task - preferences in terms of ideas, analysis, imposition of structure and adaptability.
Contribution to teams - typical styles of group working.
Development opportunities - issues that might be of assistance in the future.
Learning styles - approaches that will assist learning and development.
Career possibilities - occupations that fit with preferences.
The ISP is a self-report questionnaire that explores the frequency of use of 8 different styles of influencing others to a course of action.
The profile includes a description of the styles, strength of preferences and guidelines on using the ISP in personal development.
ISP is available online with a typical completion time of 10 minutes.
The TEP is a powerful tool designed to provided detailed, anonymous information on team views of:
Team Leadership - how clear team members are about their role, communication from above, involvement in decision making, and the provision of adequate resources.
Team Cohesiveness - the degree of collaboration in the team, resolution of conflict, trust and congruence with values.
Team Energies - sheer buzz and activity, positivity, a sense of focus, and feeling of being in charge of its own destiny.