CAES Example of a Work Personality Presentation Profile (Iintermediate)

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Published on February 18, 2014

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CAES WORK PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT PROFILE EXAMPLE CAES Results, Not Resumes joining personality with performance Work Personality Assessment Profile Prepared for: EXAMPLE As of: November 4th, 2013 Intended Use: Professional Development / Career Development Comparison Group Used: Engineers / General Population This document is the property of EXAMPLE and CAES. For more detail regarding the findings, please contact the author. Cognitive Abilities  current planning capability (scope) is in the 1-2 year range, within which he will be comfortable in planning, establishing work practices, systems and productivity targets and to effectively use human resource, finances and technologies  cognitive capability is growing, which will help him to expand his scope to the 3-4 year range in the near future, enabling him to address increasingly complex interrelated problems and apply realistic solutions to longer time horizons  plans and completes his tasks via a sequence of steps while considering contingencies and alternatives  readily sees operational best practice requirements, and can link the relationships between his projects and the overall organizational operations and objectives  profile is typical of professionals with high technical capability managing a few people Thinking Preferences  strength in all thinking styles (concrete sequential, concrete random, abstract sequential, abstract random) enables flexible problem solving due to capability to shift his thinking and to adapt to the thinking requirements of a situation  dominant preference is abstract sequential thinking - enabling him to approach innovation creatively from a big-picture, larger scope perspective while still grounded in focused research  secondary capability in abstract random thinking helps him to create and coordinate collaborative relationships  ability in concrete sequential thinking enables him to develop and effectively implement practical innovative solutions that will improve either processes or products Concentration & Attention Scales  dominant concentration preference is his ability to focus on details and to take action  secondary strength is his analytical and conceptual abilities  weakest trait is his awareness of people and the environment (typical of most engineers)  has suitable flexibility to shift his concentration to adapt to the changing requirements of a situation  prefers to focus his concentration on one issue at a time (start to finish)  has strong control of performance inhibiting distractions (internal and external) Motivation  is solution-oriented, likes to identify problems and lead people through solutions, needs to be a part of solution decisions  needs to be challenged, since he is growing in his capability, he requires ongoing learning and personal development  motivated towards goals, first defines the goal, then accumulates whatever information is needed to accomplish the goal  balanced motivational approach (not moving too fast or slowly) will keep him moving forward towards goal while not getting “bogged down” in the details  external motivation source indicates that he will listen to peers, managers, clients and other stakeholders  prefers to take a planned strategic approach to work, but can adapt quickly to unforeseen changes to his plan Productivity Traits  likes to assume personal responsibility for achieving goals  quick learner, readily analyzes new information, resourceful in finding solutions, follows through on commitments  has a conscientious work ethic, gets ahead through hard work  strong organizational and planning capabilities, manages details appropriately enabling their inclusion in his plans PAGE 1 OF 4 EXAMPLE

CAES WORK PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT PROFILE EXAMPLE  prefers performing the right way from the start, careful not to make mistakes, learns from errors made, unlikely to repeat, recovers well from any mistakes made Decision-making  proactively will make decisions after all relevant information has been collected / considered  focuses on quality of decisions, values accuracy, incorporates details into the process, avoids errors up front  cautious decision making speed is suitable to strategic project and product management planning  will increase decision-making speed once a plan is in place  is a calculated risk taker, he will carefully consider and evaluate all of the details involved in any risk  is unlikely to make poor decisions or errors of omission because of his detail-orientation Communication Skills  stronger auditory communication (both giving and receiving) but also strong at visual communication  this flexibility enables him to adapt to the needs of the recipient to get his message across  prefers serial (step by step) internal information processing, can present information via either serial or parallel formats  supportive communication style contributes to his interpersonal skills and team building strengths  more often will influence people through “pull processes”, wherein joint-problem solving, building consensus and supportive communication is preferred Interpersonal Skills  is balanced in extroversion and introversion, functions best in an environment that provides both interaction and ‘alone time’  knows the value of, builds, and sustains collaborative business relationships that will benefit all involved parties  understands the need for personal relationships in order to gain individual and group support Team Membership (Project Management focus)  solid team member, uses supportive communication to influence other team member’s behavior  encourages input from all sources, actively listens and involves his team in collaborative decision-making  establishes realistic team goals and objectives, and can articulate his vision to motivate and direct his team to reach goals  will establish clear guidelines and set clear expectations in order to ensure that all team members know responsibilities  his planning and detail orientation helps him to ensure that his team has the resources to perform Project Management Approach  solid overall project management skills – a good project / product management fit  focus is on quality, so he will use a detail-oriented and organized approach to project management  planning, problem solving and decision-making will balance quality with time commitment  will employ a hands on, people-oriented management style, supporting and endorsing his team Change Management  strong at assessing innovation opportunities, at planning change, and implementing change related solutions  will be able to envision the impact of change on the major components of his organization within his 2+ years scope, and to fully consider the interrelatedness of the change regarding structure, technology, people, and tasks  will rely on his planning and strategy capabilities to plan how to move people through change with minimal disruption  will be very capable at inspiring innovative thinking in his team, assisted by his own abstract random thinking capability Leadership  has good leadership foundation and has substantial potential for further leadership development  cognitive capability will help him to create a realistic vision of the future within a 2+ year time frame  communication skills enable him to present this vision in a way that's compelling and inspiring to his team  will primarily act as a supportive leader, and will also ‘lead by example’, acting as a good role model  for his age, has suitable foundation of self-confidence, positive attitude, emotional awareness, and motivational capability  good balance of leadership characteristics, actual behaviours and culture building capability that will enable him to envision, implement and sustain change initiatives within his current scope PAGE 2 OF 4 EXAMPLE

CAES WORK PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT PROFILE EXAMPLE EXAMPLE’s Management Response Needs To sustain high motivation and performance, EXAMPLE will perform best with a manager who:  leads by providing an accurate vision of the organizational direction within a 3 - 5 year scope  has significant strategic capability, identifies overall performance guidelines, provides overall direction  sets goals, challenges people, will collaborate with EXAMPLE when setting subsequent objectives, then provides EXAMPLE with autonomy to perform  creates a developmental climate, is a strong team leader with significant team development and facilitation skills  facilitates open communication, and encourages team idea input and communication exchange EXAMPLE’s Environmental Preferences EXAMPLE will perform well in an environment that:      is growth-oriented, and that offers challenging work can facilitate and tap into EXAMPLE’s ongoing professional growth and development has an open structure that supports communication, collaboration and teamwork demands high technical capability and focuses on efficiency is highly responsive to customer needs and provides active customer interaction To Further Ensure Performance Facilitation Since everyone can always improve on their performance, superior performers are consistently looking to elevate their performance capabilities. In EXAMPLE’s case it will be beneficial if he:     increases his environmental / people awareness by shifting focus on detail work to environmental issues when appropriate gains more experience managing direct reports, and focuses on further building his team development skills becomes more active in communicating his ideas /opinions in line with his growing cognitive scope, gradually expands his multi-tasking capability and takes on more concurrent projects, while being careful not to over commit by taking on too many detailed tasks simultaneously  continue to build on current leadership skills – leadership will be a major factor in his career success Assessment Summary My overall impressions regarding EXAMPLE:           growth-oriented person with impressive potential sound technical foundation supported by established productivity / performance traits notable cognitive abilities that are expanding and facilitating his growth significant flexibility and adaptability in thinking, problem solving, concentration and attention, communication performance based motivation quality oriented decision-making capabilities solid understanding of effective project management strong team membership and interpersonal skills understands and manages change significant leadership potential Jim Gilchrist B.E.S. It is highly recommended that CAES is contacted to verify the authenticity of this report and to provide further explanation. This will ensure that the work characteristics mentioned will match your specific requirements for any hiring decisions, internal promotions, leadership development, or performance improvement. PAGE 3 OF 4 EXAMPLE

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