Do you find yourself thriving in the people environment or do you prefer one-on-one interaction? Take a look at this article to learn more about extroversion, introversion and ambiversion!
We make many different decisions all day long based on our preferences for decision-making. How we approach those decisions, and also knowing how others prefer to make their decisions, plays a role in building quality to the decision-making process.
Click here to learn more about being Dominant vs a Non-Dominant communicator!
For our Insights Articles, we decided to do a Strengths Series that focused on the Forte Strengths and what they mean starting with this introduction. Let us know what you think!
You can recall those times, say mid-afternoon, when you were ready to call it a day, and those times you remained highly motivated and focused to achieve your goals well into the evening. What was different about those times? The Forté Resiliency Process answers that question!Learn more here.
The Forté i360 is a process in which a person receives both quantitative and qualitative performance feedback. The people who provide feedback are called raters and can include direct reports, peers, internal or external customers and the person’s leader.
The i360 is used to develop competencies for each person in an organization. You can use our default 8-competencies or modify to fit your own needs. The report is completely customizable.
To learn more, read about our i360 here.
Can you identify individuals within your organization that you would consider a “Top Performer”? Can you identify individuals within your organization that are not on the same level as your “Top Performer? If you answered yes to these questions, you could benefit from our Top Performer process in the Forté suite. To learn more, read Hoop’s current Insights article with the Greater Wilmington Business Journal.
Do you ever have those moments when you feel super energized in the people environment? Or maybe there are some days where you just want to close your door and get your work done? Sometimes people can associate these behaviors as being ‘moody’ but at Forté, we associate it with ambiversion! How do you know if you are an ambivert? Take a look at Hoop‘s most recent Insights Article to learn more.
Interested in learning more about the Team Pulse Report? Take a look at Hoop’s article and contact us with any questions that you might have!