Behavioral Scale Deep Dive: Low Networking
Are you someone who gets uncomfortable at big parties and would rather have a tight knit group of friends? If so, you may be a low scorer in networking. Let’s take a look at the behavioral traits of someone with a low score in networking and what you can do to best encourage their growth.
Behavioral Scale Deep Dive: High Endurance
Are you someone who needs to finish what you start and gets anxious if you don’t? If you answered yes, you might be a high scorer in Endurance. Let’s dive into what makes these type of people tick and how you can best help them grow.
Behavioral Scale Deep Dive: High Proactivity
In this week’s deep dive, we look at someone who scores high in proactivity and give tips on how to best manage and encourage their growth-let’s dive in!
Behavioral Scale Deep Dive: Low Dominance
Opposite to last week’s behavioral scale deep dive, we all know someone who cringes at the thought of having to speak up in a meeting and prefers to quietly do their thing in the background. Here’s how to understand employees with a low dominance score, and manage them in a way that helps them succeed.
How to Detect Conflict using the BE Success Survey
By looking at two people’s BE Success Survey, you can easily detect potential conflict and provide your employees with awareness to help them anticipate how to best manage it in a healthy and helpful way. Let’s take a look at some charts!
How you can Level Up your Coaching Process with our Tools
By incorporating scientifically validated behavioral data into your coaching process, you can help your employees achieve measurable results and sustainable change faster, without getting burned out yourself.
5 Steps to Hiring the Right Person
Using our BE Success Survey and resulting reports, we can help you simplify your hiring process and quickly narrow down your candidate pool to people who fit the role right away. Find out the 5 steps to hiring the right person now!
Best Practices for Coaching Employees
As a leader, you are responsible for developing your employees, and, in most cases, this is accomplished through coaching. Here are a few best practices for leading a coaching session using the BE Success Survey.
6 Behavioral Scales of a Successful CEO
What makes a successful CEO? Though there is much debate on this topic, and inevitably amazing anomalies, we have determined that most successful CEO’s often share these same 6 behavioral traits when looking at their results on our behavioral assessment.
4 Behavioral Scales to Look for in a Manager
We have found that these four behavioral scales are essential for anyone in a leadership position in any company. Of course, every company is unique and you must also consider your company culture when looking for the right manager, but looking at these scales is a great start!