The Science of Personality and Perspective helps us get to the bottom of the most important factors driving your business — the ones that make it tick — as well as to diagnose and resolve its inhibitions.
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The Science of Personality and Perspective helps us get to the bottom of the most important factors driving your business — the ones that make it tick — the DNA — as well as to diagnose and resolve its inhibitions.
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WorkLife considers both how an individual behaves in normal conditions—their usual, and most effective style—and how they react under stress. Both are equally important, because for all people, the usual style changes when Needs aren’t met. Combined, the way a person responds in the respective scenarios paint a picture of how individuals deal with everyday life—personal relationships, work challenges, organizing, decision making and more.
To achieve the right roles for the right people, WorkLife begins by understanding what makes the individual—well, an individual!
WHAT, WHERE AND WHEN?
WorkLife personally coaches individuals to establish what they need in their ideal environment in order to succeed. Whether it’s a non-directive, democratic environment, or to know who is in charge or some balance of the two; whether it’s predictability or freedom from monotony, individuals will come away with a better understanding of their preferences with respect to work environment and pace.
WorkLife considers it paramount to understand, analyze and report what drives and motivates behavior. We call these motivations “Needs”—the expectations one has about relationships and situations in a social context. These Needs motivate personal actions and behaviors. When Needs are met, they drive behavior in positive and productive directions. Conversely, unmet needs can create potentially negative and less-than-productive behavior, or stress.
Pursuant to The Birkman Method®, WorkLife recognizes the intrinsic value of all styles of behavior and the importance of contrasting perspectives. We offer a descriptive, celebratory and nonjudgmental approach to individual differences.