Personal Resilience Assessment

What does it measure?

Resilience refers to a person’s ability to respond to situations rather than react to them. Resilience is the process of adapting well in the face of change, growth, uncertainty, ambiguity, challenges, tragedy, or even significant stressors from the workplace, finances or relationships. It means “bouncing back” from demanding experiences.

Why is it useful?

People who exhibit high levels of resilience are able to deal with change and adapt to adversity without permanent complications. They are more likely to be an example to others and can see possibilities “of what could be.” They look forward to change and growth, as they feel internally empowered. When they experience periods of uncertainty and ambiguity, they see potential for themselves, their families, teams, and organisations. Due to their high levels of resilience, they are able to provide clarity in uncertain times, and people naturally seek them out for guidance and leadership

People with low levels of resilience find it challenging to deal with change and growth, be it on a personal or professional level. They are disempowered by uncertainty and ambiguity and, eventually, they can start to negatively impact those around them. When people with low levels of resilience encounter uncertainty or ambiguity, they react rather than respond, and subsequently, create greater difficulties for themselves and others.

An individual’s resilience level can change significantly over time. It’s been found that those who invest in their resilience are likely to live more satisfying, empowered lives, both personally and professionally. This profile is designed to help you to create more self-awareness and understand how different parts of your life contribute to your resilience levels, so you may go on to empower yourself and others.

Research indicates that a person’s resilience level fluctuates approximately every 6 months, depending on how much time and energy they are investing into the 8 major categories.

How does it work?

This self-assessment is undertaken by the individual online.  Results are emailed to the participant.

Team Connection Assessment

What does it measure?

This assessment gives you an indication of how connected the team views itself. Team connection is essential to how a team:

  • Can adapt to change and deal with adversity
  • Pursue growth opportunities
  • Deal with uncertainty and ambiguity
  • Address personal, professional, and organizational challenges
  • Engage with clients in a seamless way
  • Produce superior sustainable results

Why is it useful?

Teams that exhibit high levels of connection are more likely to be an example to others and can see possibilities where other teams only see impossibilities. They look forward to new challenges and are invigorated by the objectives they set themselves.

Teams with low levels of connection find it challenging to deal with change and growth. They are disempowered by uncertainty and ambiguity, and eventually, they can start to negatively impact organizational performance. When teams with low levels of connection encounter uncertainty or ambiguity, they react negatively and, subsequently, create greater difficulties for themselves and others.

How does it work?

This assessment is undertaken by all the members of the team online.  Results are emailed to the team leader to discuss and debrief the team.

360 Personal Communication and Connection Assessment

What does it measure?

This report gives an indication of how connected your peers feel towards you.

When people feel connected to you, they are more likely to:

  • Value your feedback
  • Give you feedback
  • Feel appreciated by you
  • Feel respected by you and show you respect
  • Be authentic about how they feel
  • Be open and transparent in their communication with you

Why is it useful?

People with a high connection quotient are more likely to be an example to others and can find solutions to situations that others see as intractable. When team members feel connected, they look forward to talking to you and are open about issues that concern them. They are able to share their feelings and emotions without fear of judgment.

People with a low connection quotient find it challenging to inspire others. They may not be able to accurately read situations and, subsequently, make poor decisions.

People can shift their connection quotient by investing in their strengths and becoming aware of their blind spots. This report is designed to shed light on some of those blind spots and areas of focus.

How does it work?

This assessment is undertaken by all the nominated; this can include peers and supervisors. Results are confidential.