Human Landscape Ltd.

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What is a Human Landscape?

“The human component of a work environment such as perceptions, aspirations, beliefs, values and relationships (as contrasted to the inert component such as structures, policies, technology, strategy, capital, and tools).”

 

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Psychometric Tools Offered

If the role of the facilitator and coach is to ask intelligent questions for intelligent answers, then the models and tools employed are all a means to this end. All of the psychometrics and assessment tools we offer are a starting point for enquiry and they all play a part in creating awareness from which informed decisions are made. As part of the needs analysis discussion we will assess the suitability of psychometric and ensure that there is genuine added value on offer. A ‘taster’ session using a psychometric is possible as a way for you to assess relevance and suitability.

 

DiSC persologDiSC Persolog Personality Factor Model
The Persolog Personality Factor Model is a world class research based psychological self assessment instrument for individuals engaged in self improvement, leadership and human resource development and personnel selection. Often imitated but never matched in performance, the core model has helped over 40 million people across the globe to develop efficient, effective and enjoyable human interactions. The Persolog Personality Factor Model describes human behaviour in concrete situations with the aim of better understanding one's own needs and those of others. Anyone who works with the Persolog Personality Factor Profile uses the model which is based on the behavioral dimensions D, I, S and C. These days, personality development can hardly be imagined without this instrument. Its many years of success and its high level of practical applicability speak for themselves.


TMSTeam Management System (TMS)
The Team Management Wheel lies at the heart of the Margerison-McCann approach to maximising personal potential, building balanced, high performing teams and creating energy and resilience for success. It focuses on individual development as a critical first step to effective team development. And it places both in the context of concrete business objectives. Twenty-five years of validated, ongoing research have created an integrated suite of Profiling tools known as Margerison-McCann Team Management Systems. These Profiles have been used successfully for personal and team development in a wide range of different scenarios all around the world. All the TMS Profiles share a researched model of effective teamworking, displayed in simple but powerful visual models. They use a straightforward common language that accelerates mutual understanding and communication.


SDIStrength Deployment Inventory (SDI)
Wouldn’t it be great if the people in your life came with an instruction manual? Imagine how much stronger your relationships would be if you really understood what made people tick, both when things were going well and when there was conflict and opposition. The SDI is NOT just another "personality test." It's a self-scoring motivational assessment tool that provides an understanding of what drives you and what drives others — an understanding that empowers you to communicate in a way that achieves the results you desire. The SDI is inventory of the unique way we value different strengths and interpret the actions of others. It is a snapshot of who we are — going beyond behaviour to reveal our driving motivation. The SDI promotes interpersonal insights that are crucial to improving any situation where people interact.

MBTIMyers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
The MBTI questionnaire provides a highly insightful framework for individual and group development, provoking self-awareness by looking at how a person perceives the world and how they prefer to interact with others. The MBTI instrument sorts individuals into psychological 'types' so that they can identify how they are similar to some people and different to others, and how they can improve their working and personal relationships in a positive and constructive way. MBTI is based on Carl Jung's theory of psychological type, and was developed by mother and daughter team Isabel Briggs Myers and Katharine Cook Briggs over 50 years ago. Their life’s work was to continually enhance the content and applicability of the indicator, and their writings on type and self-development remain utterly resonant today, both in professional and personal life.

 

EQ-iEmotional Quotient-Inventory (EQ-i)
The Emotional Quotient Inventory is the first scientifically validated and most widely used Emotional Intelligence assessment in the world. Based on more than 20 years of research worldwide, the EQ-i examines an individual’s social and emotional strengths and weaknesses. Respondents self-report on their life and workplace performance in 15 key areas of emotional skill that have been proven to contribute to proficiency in complex business activities such as conflict resolution and planning. By identifying the areas that need improvement, the client can immediately begin developing those areas. At the same time, areas where the client excels can be leveraged to their full potential to maximize effectiveness in daily tasks.
Dr. Bar-On is an internationally known expert and pioneer in the field of emotional intelligence and has been involved in defining, measuring and applying various aspects of this construct since 1980. The “Bar-On model” is described as one of three leading approaches to emotional intelligence in Spielberger’s Encyclopedia of Applied Psychology [2004]. He coined the term “E.Q.” (“Emotional Quotient”) in 1985 to describe his approach to assessing emotional and social functioning.