Diagnostic Tools for Development

Performance assessment and diagnostic tools.

We use a range of performance assessment and diagnostic tools to assist you with understanding yourself better. These include Mindset28, Myers Briggs Type Indicator and Needs Press Assessment.


Mindset28 Assessment


MindSet28 is a developmental tool not a "putting you in a box" tool; Giving people a pathway for continuous improvement rather than just telling a person who they are and how they will be forever.

Mark Averill, CEO & Managing Partner, PWC

Our trained practitioners use the Mindset28 Assessment to help understand an individual's Mindset. To unlock motivation, productivity and relationships.

Mindset is a simple idea discovered by Stanford University psychologist Carol Dweck after decades of research on achievement and success.

In a fixed mindset, people believe their basic qualities, like their intelligence and ability, are fixed. They spend their time documenting their intelligence or talent instead of developing them. They also believe that talent alone creates success—without effort.

In a growth mindset, people believe that their most basic abilities can be developed. This view creates a love of learning and a resilience that is essential for success.

The assessment helps coach and individual understand their current mindset and the opportunities for personal growth and development.


MBTI® (Myers Briggs Type Indicator)

Myers Briggs is a diagnostic tool that enhances individual, team and organisational performance. Millions of people have taken the MTBI and is based on 16 personality types that act as a useful reference point to understand your unique personality.

At the centre of MBTI are four preferences:

  1. Extraversion [E] - Introversion [I]
  2. Sensing [S] - Intuition [N]
  3. Thinking [T] - Feeling [F]
  4. Judgement [J] - Preception [P]

Your personality type is a combination of these four preferences.

The personality types are not strict 'boxes', but stereotypes that are similar to landmarks on a map. Key landmarks can help you find many unique locations, so too the personality stereotypes can help you understand your unique personality.

The personality types also help others understand how to interact and engage with you.


Needs Press Assessment System

Needs Press Assessment consists of three sets of questions that can be answered either in 1, 2 or 3 sessions. The questions deal with a person’s self-conduct, approach to tasks, and interpersonal perspective [emotional intelligence].

The Needs Press profile of a person has different meanings, depending on their level of experience, self-awareness, and how developed the person’s thinking is on the journey from logical to holistic and systemic (“dialectical”) thinking.

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