Thinking matters hugely and effects your ability to lead and manage yourself and other people.
How you see the world is represented by your thinking. When a person thinks that rules matter, then their conduct reflects “rule following” as does their decisions about rules. How do you see the world? Through what “filters” do you see and how developed is your thinking? Human development happens when people expand their thinking, including broader viewpoints and allowing for creative ideas.
Personal Talents and Skills Inventory™
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We can measure how you think, based on the research of Dr. Robert S. Hartman, at the Hartman Institute that is co-located at the University of Tennessee.
The Personal Talent Skills Inventory® (PTSI) assessment helps us to understand the patterns we use to make judgments, the thinking habits required to perform the job. This is an excellent tool to help you find, develop and retain the very best talent possible. By combining the PTSI tool with profiles generated from assessments on Behaviors, and Workplace Motivators™, we will be able to paint a more complete picture of a person’s strengths and weaknesses. Whereas behavioral profiles and personality tests measure behaviors and traits (i.e., those externally exhibited habits, tendencies and preferences), the PTSI measures the differences in how we process, reason, and make decisions, how people think and how that results in their externally exhibited behaviors, and specifically, how people determine the value of different things.
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