Assesments

Developing Focus

Being at Elite level in sport in today’s ultra competitive environment means that you have to continuously be demanding more from yourself than any one else. You also have to focus on your development holistically. Without the right mindset, all the talent in the world won’t get you anywhere. Whether you are a player, coach or sports management, 80% of your success is psychology and 20% is strategy.

We have some of the best personality profiles in the world that will help you, your team and your management to step up and set a new standard! All assessments come with a feedback session to help you make the leap from average to elite!

For Elite Athletes

ESi

The EQ Sports report is the world’s first assessment tool to measure the key performance competencies compiled through the assessment of the world’s top performance athletes. It provides practical strategies to help you maximize your potential and become a consistent, sustainable high performer.

Measure your key performance competencies and obtain a snapshot of your global emotional intelligence score and your score on each individual competency. It builds mental toughness so you remain self-motivated and sustain competitive energy. When the athlete completes the assessment, scores are calculated and a fully customized 18 page coaching report is produced, highlighting strengths and development areas across 10 performance competencies.

In addition to the results, the report provides suggestions and exercises on how to strengthen a given competency. A personal Action Plan is also provided to help build the skills and resources necessary for responding to the challenges of sports competition.

For Coaches, Management

EQ

The Emotional Capital Report is a leadership development tool that provides professional people with a comprehensive interpretation of their leadership potential based on their emotional intelligence.

Choose the ECR Self Report to assess your key skills in emotional intelligence and get a comprehensive interpretation of your leadership potential. The ECR Self Report also provides narrative descriptions of the leadership behaviours associated with each score; coaching strategies for developing greater emotional intelligence and leadership abilities, as well as an action plan to design a personal blueprint to build emotional capital.

Everything DiSC Workplace® is a personalized learning experience that can benefit every person in building more productive and effective relationships. It teaches participants to understand themselves and others, while learning to appreciate different priorities, preferences, and values each individual brings to the party. With personalised insights and actionable strategies, participants learn how to adapt to the style of others, ultimately improving engagement, collaboration, and the overall quality of the team.

Everything DiSC® Management is a personalised learning experience proven to increase the effectiveness of anyone in a management role such as the coach or sports administrators. Participants deepen their understanding of themselves, their team members, and their own managers using the DiSC model, while learning how their management style influences their approach to decision-making, time management, and problem solving. Participants walk away with concrete strategies to help them adapt to the styles of their direct reports, enabling them to bring out the best in their people, no matter where they are.

The Everything DiSC Productive Conflict Profile helps participants improve self-awareness around conflict behaviors. In this 22-page profile, participants will explore the destructive and productive conflict behaviors of each DiSC® style, learn how to manage their responses to conflict situations, and gain personalized communication strategies when engaging in productive conflict with colleagues.

Five Behaviours Of A Cohesive Team

EQ

This assessment combines the self-knowledge you obtain
through Everything DiSC with the transformative model
Patrick Lencioni introduced in his best-selling book, The
Five Dysfunctions of a Team.

The report

The 36-page reportexplains the team model provides an overview of the respondent’s DiSC style,poses a number of items for team discussion.Discussion items are based up the scores of the individuals and the team as a whole.

Each of the five behaviors

— Trust, Conflict, Commitment, Accountability, and Results — are covered. Each of sections feature the team’s results the impact your DiSC style and those of your team members can have on this behavior additional learning tools or team insights discussion items an action plan.The report ends with a summary of your team’s strengths and its challenges, with additional discussion questions.