Wed, Mar 01|
Understanding People Behavior at Work
Using four main profile factors: Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Compliance, Thomas' Personal Profile Analysis (PPA) provides information on an assessment taker's fears, motivators, values and behaviors.
Time & Location
Mar 01, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
About the event
Get to know one of Thomas International Assessments in this Live Information Session!
The Personal Profile Analysis (PPA) provides an accurate insight into how people behave at work. Here are some of the features:
8 Minute Assessment
In just 8 minutes, Thomas' behavioural test provides an accurate insight into how people behave at work, allowing you to maximise your learning and development budget, gain greater certainty when recruiting, and understand how to avoid staff turnover.
Thomas behaviour tests provide you with an initial profile detailing a person’s strengths and limitations, their communication style, their value to the business, what motivates them, their basic fears and how they behave under pressure.
Once the Behaviour assessment has been completed, you have instant access to business outcome focussed content that enables you to match people to jobs, sift CVs, manage, coach, develop, onboard and train your people.
- Assessment type: Behavioural profile
- Format: 24 questions
- Time to complete: 8 minutes
- Training required: None
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Background & Theory
In the late 1950s and early 1960s, Dr. Thomas Hendrickson developed William Moulton Marston’s DISC theory to produce the Thomas Personal Profile Analysis (PPA) for the work place.
Marston’s original theory stated that actions based upon emotions are an individual’s biosocial response to supportive or hostile social environments. These actions determine how the individual interacts with the environment.
It was theorised that the way in which the individual interacts with the environment takes four basic directions: tendencies to dominate, influence, submit and comply. Marston published his book ‘Emotions of Normal People’ in 1928, which described his theory of human consciousness in comprehensive detail.
The PPA, also known as the Thomas Behaviour assessment, determines whether individuals see themselves as responding to workplace situations that they perceive to be favourable or challenging, and reveals whether their response patterns are active or passive; thus classifying the individual’s behavioural preferences in terms of four domains: Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Compliance.
Learn more about the PPA Tool during the session.
Note: As this is an information session for a product, certificates will not be issued.